Congratulations are in order for Nicky Hilton and her husband, James Rothschild! The heiress confirmed on Friday via that the happy couple — who wed in 2015 — welcomed their second child on Wednesday, Dec. 20 in NYC, a baby girl named Teddy Marilyn Rothschild. That means their one-year-old daughter, Lily Grace Victoria, is officially a big sister!
"Christmas came early! On December 20th James and I welcomed a baby girl, Teddy Rothschild into the world. Feeling very blessed this holiday season," she tweeted to her 790,000 followers. We are so excited she and James get to spend this holiday season as a family-of-four!
Christmas came early! On December 20th James and I welcomed a baby girl, Teddy Rothschild into the world. Feeling very blessed this holiday season.— Nicky Rothschild (@NickyHilton) December 22, 2017
Nicky announced her first pregnancy six months after her wedding, so clearly they aren't wasting any time. She's also made headlines during both experiences for her chic maternity style. According to The Daily Mail,her sister, Paris Hilton, and mother, Kathy Hilton, threw the blonde beauty a baby shower last month at Kathy's Bel Air mansion — and of course, her aunts Kim and Kyle Richards from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills were on hand for the occasion.
The new mother-of-two also revealed back in September that Lily Grace Victoria was gearing up for a little sibling. “She does have her baby dolls that she carries around that she is very sweet with and kisses,” she told Hello! Nicky and James opted out of a gender reveal this time around, and instead decided to be surprised when the baby arrived. We hope they were happy!
The model and fashion designer was definitely open about being with child, especially when it came to her crazy cravings. “I’ve been craving really random things like eggplant parmesan, hot tamales,” she previously told Us Weekly. “I didn’t have these weird craving the first time around but I do [now]. And dried cranberries.”
Congrats again to the growing family! We certainly can't wait to meet the new addition.