Zoë Sugg and Alfie Deyes announce birth of second child
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YouTube stars Zoë Sugg and Alfie Deyes have announced the birth of their second child along with her unique name.
It seems like yesterday many of us were getting in from school and sticking one of Zoë's - aka Zoella - Primark hauls on the laptop, but now the creator has us all feeling old with the announcement today (11 December) that she and Alfie have officially become a family of four.
Zoë, 33, and Alfie, 30, are already parents to two-year-old Ottilie, who was born back in August 2021.
"Just in time for Christmas," the pair wrote in a joint Instagram post alongside a sweet video of their newborn daughter.
Their baby girl can be seen sporting sweet little green knitted cardigan and white baby grow.
Messages of congratulations have come flooding in for the couple from both fans and friends, with fellow influencer Tanya Burr writing under the video: "Just love her so much xxxxxxx."
Meanwhile, another wrote: "Ahhh congratulations to you all, sending you so much love."
A third penned: "I’m crying!! Congratulations! Such a perfect name," while another fan added: "Yay!!! Congratulations Zoe, Alfie and Ottie!!! She’s beautiful!"
Revealing their daughter was born on 6 December, the couple also shared their little one's name - Novie Nell Deyes - in the adorable post.
"Our family is growing! Little girl joining us in December," Zoë wrote alongside the announcement video at the time.
Ottilie can also be seen placing a kiss on her mum's baby bump in the cute clip.
The British content creators - best known as Zoella and PointlessBlog - started dating back in 2012, having first met through YouTube.
The pair initially started off as friends and would often film videos together along with other YouTubers including Zoë's brother Joe Sugg, Jim Chapman, Marcus Butler and Louise Pentland.
After they lifted the lid on their dating life to fans in 2013, they have since been nicknamed 'Zalfie', with many fans still following their lives all these years later.