Social media star Zoe Sugg aka Zoella announces the birth of her daughter

by motherandbaby |
Published on

Whether you grew up watching her YouTube videosor not, you're probably well aware of who Zoe Sugg (aka Zoella) is.

In news that thrilled their masses of fans, Zoe and her partner Alfie Deyes, also an influencer, announced that their daughter Ottilie Rue Deyes had been born on August 29, sharing two adorable photos.

The couple broke the news they were having their first baby together back in March, simultaneously posting adorable Instagram reels on their separate accounts.

They also revealed they knew the gender of their child. Alongside the reel, 30-year-old Zoe wrote: “We’re super excited to share with you, that our baby girl will be joining us in September”.

Fellow celebs rushed to congratulation the couple with Joe Sugg, former Strictly Come Dancing contestant and Zoe's brother writing: "The best news! 👏congratulations. Can not wait to be a ‘Funcle’ ❤️." Katie Piper added "Oh wow! So happy for you both ❤️" while Davina McCall wrote: "Oh my goodness! Best news ever."

Zoe started her YouTube channel 'Zoella' back in 2009 and has gone on to amass over 11 million subscribers as well as becoming an author of several books and a successful businesswoman. Zoe and Alfie have been together since early October 2012 and live together in Brighton with their pug, Nala.

Popular articles to read next:

Just so you know, whilst we may receive a commission or other compensation from the links on this website, we never allow this to influence product selections - read why you should trust us
How we write our articles and reviews
Mother & Baby is dedicated to ensuring our information is always valuable and trustworthy, which is why we only use reputable resources such as the NHS, reviewed medical papers, or the advice of a credible doctor, GP, midwife, psychotherapist, gynaecologist or other medical professionals. Where possible, our articles are medically reviewed or contain expert advice. Our writers are all kept up to date on the latest safety advice for all the products we recommend and follow strict reporting guidelines to ensure our content comes from credible sources. Remember to always consult a medical professional if you have any worries. Our articles are not intended to replace professional advice from your GP or midwife.