Stacy Keibler has welcomed her second child with Jared Pobre into the world, a son called Bodhi.
Stacy Keibler has given birth to her second child.
The 38-year-old former professional wrestler welcomed a baby son into the world on June 18th, and she and husband Jared Pobre have named the little one Bodhi.
She wrote on Instagram: ''Born at home, on 6.18.18 our sweet little man Bodhi Brooks Pobre entered our world (sic)''
Alongside her post, Stacy shared a sweet snap of her newborn's hand on top of the couple's three-year-old daughter Ava's, with Stacy's and Jared's palms both underneath.
While Stacy only revealed she had given birth 10 days after welcoming the youngster, she didn't announce her pregnancy, but was spotted with a baby bump last month while stepping out in Beverly Hills.
In 2015, Stacy - who split from George Clooney in 2013 after two years of dating - immediately felt a ''bond'' with her daughter when she was born.
She said: ''I felt like we went to war together. I kept saying, 'Ava's a warrior. I'm a warrior.'
''It was one of my mantras that I would say. Then when she came out, I feel like we had this bond that we had just fought together.''
Stacy and Jared tied the knot in a surprise ceremony in Mexico in March 2014 and welcomed daughter Ava five months later.
The former WWE star tried to stay as healthy as possible during her first pregnancy, and believes that stood her in good stead for becoming a mum for the first time.
She said: ''I really think it prepared me for motherhood. You're going to go through a lot of things you don't expect. I had my weakest and strongest moments. I'll have those again being a mother.''
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