Jack Whitehall’s girlfriend Roxy Horner ‘welcomes first child’

Jack Whitehall’s girlfriend Roxy Horner ‘welcomes first child’ (Getty Images)
Jack Whitehall’s girlfriend Roxy Horner ‘welcomes first child’ (Getty Images)

Roxy Horner has welcomed her first child, a daughter, with partner Jack Whitehall.

The model, 32, gave birth at the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s in London and was seen leaving the private hospital with Whitehall, 35, on Tuesday, in photos obtained by MailOnline.

The Lindo Wing has seen a host of royal births including Kate Middleton, who welcomed her three children there, as well as other famous faces such Binky Felstead and Amal Clooney.

The Standard has contacted Roxy Horner and Jack Whitehall’s reps for comment.

Horner and Whitehall first announced the news that they were expecting in May via social media.

Bad Education star Whitehall shared a black and white picture of him and Horner beaming as he held up an ultrasound image.

He jokingly captioned the post: “Should probably finally learn to drive now,” followed by the hashtags “adulting” and “dadlevel”.

Horner meanwhile wrote: “The best news to share…”

Prior to their first child’s birth, Horner detailed the “excruciating” pain she had been experiencing due to symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD).

Last month, she took to her Instagram Stories to discuss the “agonising” pelvic pain she faced as a result of SPD when walking or attempting any movement in her final trimester.

According to the NHS, SPD is common in pregnancies and includes several uncomfortable symptoms caused by stiffness in the pelvis joints or the joints moving unevenly.

Horner shared how she has been in pain after walking or making any movement due to the condition and said her mother Lisa Rae has been looking after her.

Paying tribute to her mother, Horner wrote online: “Thank god for my mumma looking after me during this final trimester. I actually don’t know what I would have done without her.

“Getting everything baby ready with SPD has not been easy but my mumma has really helped me get things organised this last week and I’m starting to feel a bit more at ease with that.

“Just can’t wait to have baby girl here and not feel this way anymore, it really is excruciating to walk or move right but not long to go and apparently all symptoms of SPD go away once bubba arrives.”