Andy Murray and his wife Kim have welcomed their third child into the world, a baby boy born “a few days ago”.
Murray only confirmed at the start of October that his wife was expecting again and revealed that he could miss the European Open as she was due to go into labour “any day now”.
The new addition delayed his arrival and his father ended up winning the title in Antwerp.
However, Murray’s grandfather Roy Erskine broke the news of the birth over the weekend.
“It’s a wee boy, I don’t know his name yet. I’ve seen photos. They’re doing fine,” he told the Scottish Sun.
And mother Judy also confirmed the news on BBC Scotland’s Mornings with Kaye Adams programme, saying he is a “lovely, happy, healthy baby boy”, who was born “a few days ago”.
She added: “It’s lovely news, lovely to have a little boy to go with the two little girls.
“I’ll leave it to Andy and Kim to fill in all the details.”
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