Tennis ace Sir Andy Murray has become a father for the second time.
The Scottish superstar and wife Kim have announced the birth of their second child, a girl, less than 24 hours after Sir Andy hosted a sell-out charity event at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow.
It’s not yet clear the exact date of the newborn’s birth, but the news has just been announced.
Sir Andy’s gran told radio station Heart Scotland News that the tot was doing well.
She said: “Another little girl, a little sister for Sophia. Hopefully that will be great for her too.
“She’ll have a little playmate!”
“Everything is fine. Kim is well. The baby is a good-sized baby.
“All is well.”
The couple’s first child, Sophia Olivia, was born in February 2016.
Sir Andy and Kim announced they were expecting an addition to their family in July.
Last night, Murray played his first game in public since suffering a hip injury at Wimbledon.
The all-star event featured Roger Federer, Tim Henman and even stars from hit comedy Still Game.
About 11,000 fans packed into the venue for the exhibition match, which the Scot lost to Federer, the current world number two, 6-3 3-6 10-6.