Matthew Wright and his wife Amelia hailed their daughter after 8 years of treatment with IVF.
The couple, who named their newborn Casady Francis Wright, announced their happy news with a photo from Hello! Magazine.
After the girl was born on Friday night, weighing five and a half pounds, found that both Amelia and Tsassadi "do very well".
Happy New Year! Matthew Wright and his wife Amelia welcomed the daughter after 8 years of treatment with IVF (in the image in 2018)
On Friday, Amelia, 42, came out on Twitter to share the picture of her relationship with a baby monitor, writing along with the picture: "The baby's tracking day has not yet appeared, but it can be anytime now. Are you ready for @Matthew_Wright. "
Amelia discovered her first wife for the first time in September after the couple announced their pregnancy after six catastrophic abortions.
The couple, who met on the 70th birthday of Dr Miriam Stoppard, also revealed that Amelia naturally became pregnant with twins in 2009, but tragically suffered a spontaneous abortion and a life-threatening ectopic pregnancy.
He said: "We have been waiting a long time for this moment. Every day we stick wholeheartedly, because we can hardly believe that it is finally happening."
Ecstatic: The couple, who named their newborn Casady Francis Wright, announced their happy news with a photo from Hello! Magazine (in the picture in 2013)
Talking about ectopic pregnancy, Amelia said: "I felt an explosion inside me and thought:" That's it, I'm dying. It was terrible. I can see that my life trembled in front of me and I knew that if doctors were waiting to work, I would not do it until the morning.
Their eight-year IVF battle saw Amelia six months pregnant, and all ended up with a miscarriage.
They decided to try one last time, with Matthew now planning to stay home.
Matthew said: "I just had two babies in my entire life! Now I can predict that I will become a primary carer when Amelia returns to work.
Elite: On Friday, Amelia went to Twitter to share the picture of her relationship with a baby monitor
The former host of The Wright Stuff took Twitter earlier this month to excite the news of his wife with more than 51,000 followers.
He conveyed congratulations on the congratulation of Amelia's note, which reads: "After the eight year years of IVF, we are thrilled to announce that on our last list of cubes we got lucky and expect a baby girl.
The character on television then took on the afternoon show of the conversationRADIO on his new working day to share the news with his listeners, which he announced after the broadcast.
Taking a web site for micro-blogging, he wrote: "I hope you enjoy today's show as much as we did …
Tragically: The couple, who met on the 70th birthday of Dr. Miriam Stoppard, also revealed that Amelia naturally was born with twins in 2009, but tragically experienced a miscarriage and a life-threatening ectopic pregnancy (photo in 2015 )
"She's for all your kind words, a resume and a pregnancy. She's the hell she really has. I feel superbly blessed to have so beautiful followers."
Matthew is with his second wife, Amelia, a music executive from Sony since 2007 and is married since 2010.
The couple tried many times to start a family, although tragically, each of their IVF pregnancies ended with a miscarriage.
TV personality Matthew expressed hope that he will have two frozen embryos embedded on his return from I'm a glorious jungle in 2016.
When Matthew appeared on the ITV this morning last week, he told his wife and wife who presented the crews, Emon Holmes and Ruth Langsford, that the problems of Amelia with IVF and the suicide of his friend led to his decision to leave.
"It was a combination of many things really," he explained. "Channel 5 decided to move it to another production company to refresh it. Not long after that, a good friend decided to kill." She was very sad.
"Then not long after that, me and my wife, we had a long-term IVF, eight years from IVF. There is no joy." Personally, things were pretty pronounced and strained. "
He continued: "By Christmas, all my colleagues I worked with for the best part of 18 were superfluous.
"Then it started with new production with a new team and suddenly overnight it was no longer amusing. I always said," If it ever stopped to be fun, I will go out. "
Great discovery! The former Wright Stuff host appeared on Twitter earlier this month to excite the news of his wife with more than 51,000 followers (in the image in 2010)