Sharon Osbourne reveals Disney-inspired name of her newborn granddaughter


Jack Osbourne and his wife Lisa have become parents to another daughter. She was born at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, and it seems Kylie Jenner was Jack's wife Lisa's labour neighbour.

Previously, the happy couple announced they were expecting a third child when Lisa took to Instagram to share a photograph of her and Jack standing in front of the mirror with her blossoming baby bump clearly on display just before an apparent date night. She apparently weighed in at 7 pounds and was 20 inches long.

Sharing a picture of the adorable tot swaddled in a eye-patterned blanket with a pink top-bun hat, proud dad Jack wrote: "Hey everyone meet Minnie!"

She wrote: "The final member of my little girl squad. Everyone, meet the angelic, miss Minnie", she said.

Minnie joins older sisters Pearl, 5, and Andy, 2.

Some have speculated that Minnie's middle name, Theodora, is a tribute to the couple's late son Theo, who passed away in 2013 after Jack's wife Lisa tragically suffered a late-term miscarriage.

Sharon Osbourne reveals Disney-inspired name of her newborn granddaughter
Sharon Osbourne reveals Disney-inspired name of her newborn granddaughter

The 32-year-old television personality shared a first photo of daughter Minnie Theodora on Monday after wife Lisa Osbourne gave birth to the infant February 3. There she was presented with a cake bearing the image of "Congratulations" rapper Post Malone with the legend "You Da Raddest Mom", as a nod to her lifestyle blog. "Literally ate the biggest burrito ever", she joked in the accompanying caption.

Congratulations to the Osbournes on the arrival of little Minnie!

She is flawless in every way.

Jack also gushed about being a father to the publication and how he adores "making memories" with his children. It was a attractive experience to witness the birth of this angel.

Fans of the Osbourne family were quick to congratulate them, writing in the comments: "I'm so In love with that name!"

'All that matters is the memories that you shared with people, and for me, I like to say I'm in the business of making memories with my kids, that's it and that's kind of what we're trying to do'.

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