Jack and Lisa Osbourne feel ''lucky'' to have a second child.

The couple welcomed daughter Andy Rose into the world last month and the 29-year-old presenter admits it is ''weird'' to realise he has as much love for the new baby as for their older child Pearl, three.

He said: ''Pearl is such an awesome kid and we can already tell that Andy's amazing.

''It's the weirdest thing when you already have one child, who you love so much. I look at Pearl and I think, 'How can I have this twice?' ''

Lisa tragically lost a baby during her second trimester in 2013 and she is relieved she and Jack decided to wait a year to come to terms with the horrific experience before trying for another child.

She told Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''Losing a baby really does do a lot of damage personally and to the whole family. I needed to take some time and come to terms with our loss.

''I'm really glad we did [wait]. When I got pregnant, I was fully prepared. It wasn't like a Band-Aid. I still have moments here and there, of course.''

And little Andy is already doted on by the rest of her family.

Her famous grandma, Jack's mother Sharon Osbourne, said: ''She's like a precious little peanut - I'm just so happy. This is what it's all about, isn't it?''