It's a Boy! Lily Aldridge and Kings of Leon's Caleb Followill Welcome Son Winston Roy
Lily Aldridge previously teased her Instagram followers when she posted photos revealing her second child's sex — in black and white
It’s a boy!
Victoria’s Secret Angel Lily Aldridge and her husband, Kings of Leon musician Caleb Followill, welcomed their second child, a son, on Tuesday, Jan. 29, the new mom of two announced Saturday on Instagram.
“Winston Roy Followill 🖤,” Aldridge captioned a black-and-white photo of her newborn son’s feet, adding that the new addition has “blessed our lives.”
Baby Winston joins big sister Dixie Pearl, whom Aldridge, 33, and Followill, 37, welcomed to their family in June 2012.
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Aldridge announced her pregnancy on Instagram in August, sharing a photo of herself with a huge smile on her face as she posed in a printed bikini while standing in the water on a beach.
“🤗🤗🤗 SURPRISE🤗🤗🤗,” she captioned the snapshot, which showed off her bare baby bump.
A month after walking the runway at five months pregnant during September’s New York Fashion Week, the model expertly trolled her Instagram followers when she posted a three-photo slideshow of herself, Followill and Dixie popping two huge balloons to reveal the sex of the couple’s second child.
“Any Guesses? 💗👶🏽💙,” Aldridge teased in the caption of the black-and-white photos.
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Later that month, Aldridge told PEOPLE in an email that she felt fortunate to be able to breastfeed after doing so with Dixie, explaining, “I just love the experience.”
“[I] feel very blessed I can [breastfeed] because I know it can be different for every woman and that’s okay,” she said.
While she didn’t reveal the name or sex of her second child, Aldridge did share that her daughter was “very excited [and] picking out outfits left [and] right” for her sibling.