American business man and co-founder of Facebook, Mark Elliot Zuckerberg and wife, Priscilla Chan, welcome their third daughter.
The proud father made this known in a post via his Instagram page on Friday, where he shared cute photos of his new daughter.
One of the photos captured the 38-year-old billionaire starring lovingly at his ‘little blessing’ who seemingly reciprocated while the other showed his wife lying on the hospital bed with Aurelia on her chest.
He captioned the post: “Welcome to the world, Aurelia Chan Zuckerberg! You’re such a little blessing.”
The post also confirmed their youngest daughter’s name, with Mark having announced to his followers on the platform that their baby has been named Aurelia Chan Zuckerberg.
Alongside the photos, he wrote in the caption that accompanied the recent post “Welcome to the world, Aurelia Chan Zuckerberg! You’re such a little blessing”.
Mark and Priscilla – who have been married for more than a decade – were already parents to eldest daughter Maxima, seven, and her younger sibling August, five.
It was announced that the couple were expecting another child together in September last year. Mark had shared the news at the time with fans on social media.
Mark had made the announcement alongside a photo of himself and Priscilla. It showed the couple posing next to each other, with Mark’s hand seen on his wife’s tummy.
He confirmed that his family was expanding in the caption, writing at the time: “Lots of love. Happy to share that Max and August are getting a new baby sister next year”.
Mark and Priscilla – who met when they were both students at Harvard University – celebrated ten years of marriage last year, after having tied the knot back in 2012.
And the entrepreneur paid tribute to his wife in a post on the platform just last month, having described Priscilla as his “favourite person” to mark her birthday.
Alongside a photo of the couple, Mark wrote about his wife: “Happy birthday to my favourite person! (Or, as August likes to call her, the main character in our family)”.