Jennie McAlpine has given birth to a baby girl.
The 34-year-old star - who plays Fiz Stape on ITV soap "Coronation Street" - has welcomed her second child into the world, a baby girl named Hilda, with her husband Chris Farr.
On Twitter, Jennie - who already has three-year-old son Albert - wrote: "Our newest addition arrived yesterday. Mummy and Daddy very happy. Big brother very proud of his little sister Hilda. We're all in love (sic)"
And a few famous faces have already taken to the comments to congratulate her on the happy news.
Jane Danson - who stars alongside Jennie as Leanne Battersby in the ITV soap - wrote: "Congratulations to you all . Sending lots of love (sic)"
Whilst Andy Moss - who has appeared in two episodes of "Corrie", but is mostly known for playing Rhys Ashworth in "Hollyoaks" and Paul Cuthbert in "Doctors" - added: "Super cute !!!! Congrats you guys (sic)"
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed the soap's production team had to reverse a car on the cobbles set in order to disguise Jennie's burgeoning baby bump.
Jennie said: "We started [covering the bump] with a mug, and then a handbag. I kid you not, last week they hid it with a Ford Fiesta.
"They said, "Can we just move that car back a bit?" I said, "Is this for my bump?" They said, "Yeah, we can see it a bit, but it's going to help." "
The actress also teased that Maureen Lipman's character Evelyn Plummer will be heavily involved with Fiz's exit storyline as she heads off for maternity leave, but she expects to return to Weatherfield after giving birth to her second child, because she is yet to find out that Fiz is getting bumped off.
She added: "So far, I haven't read any scripts where I die."