This Morning star Dr Sara welcomes baby girl

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'This Morning' star Dr Sara Kayat has given birth to a baby girl called Rose.

Dr Sara Kayat

Dr Sara Kayat has given birth to a baby girl.

The TV star - who is often seen giving out medical advice on 'This Morning' - has been married to Rupert Walker since 2017 and already has three-year-old son Harris with him but it was revealed on Monday's (09.10.23) edition of the ITV1 magazine show that she had welcomed a daughter called Rose over the weekend.

Speaking at the beginning of the programme, host Craig Doyle said: "We've got a great Monday for you. We are starting for some really lovely news because over the weekend, Dr Sara welcomed a gorgeous baby girl called Rose into the world."

Co-host Josie Gibson added: "She's gorgeous, she's absolutely gorgeous. She joins the family as a younger sister to her very, very proud big brother Harris. So we're sending them huge congratulations and loads and loads of love."

Former 'Big Brother' star Josie - who has son Reggie with ex-boyfriend Terry - joked that she was feeling "broody" after hearing the news.

Dr Sara - who works as a GP for the NHS when she is not appearing on television - announced earlier this year tat she was expecting and was "ecstatic" but mindful of those who may be struggling to have their own children.

She wrote on Instagram: "And so, we grow. We are expecting a little pumpkin this October. When I fell pregnant with Harris, I announced it on insta with too little consideration. It had been an easy journey and I was in my own blissful world.

The journey to baby two was a little different, and in truth at times I found myself resenting everyone else’s pregnancy announcements.

"So this time round, I’d like to be a little more mindful of others out there who are not where they want to be on their journeys to parenthood. I am obviously ecstatic about this announcement, yet I long to reach a loving hand out to anyone who is suffering. I’m sorry. It’s not fair.

" I hope from the depths of my heart that you get what you want or find peace with what you have. So much love to everyone out there, but especially to those whose paths have been rockier and darker than expected.

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