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Monday 31 August 2015

Bryan Adams’ daughter ‘arrives at tea time’

Published 14/02/2013

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 06:  Singer Bryan Adams attends Calvin Klein Collection Celebrates Fashion's Night Out 2012 at Calvin Klein Boutique on September 6, 2012 in New York City.  (Photo by Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Calvin Klein)
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 06: Singer Bryan Adams attends Calvin Klein Collection Celebrates Fashion's Night Out 2012 at Calvin Klein Boutique on September 6, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Calvin Klein)

Bryan Adams has confirmed that he and his partner Alicia Grimaldi welcomed their second child together, daughter Lula RosyLea, this week.

The 53-year-old Canadian rocker and his partner Alicia Grimaldi are elated to give their daughter 22-month-old Bunny a sibling.

Bunny now has a sister named Lula RosyLea.

The couple couldn’t be more delighted.

“Bryan Adams and Alicia Grimaldi welcomed their second baby girl in London earlier this week,” Bryan’s representatives told People magazine.

Bryan reveals that Lula RosyLea’s interesting name was derived largely on the spot.

Apparently she entered the world during a long held British tradition.

“Lula RosyLea decided to arrive at tea time,” Bryan told the publication.

“RosyLea is cockney rhyming slang in London for ‘cup of tea’ and the name Lula comes from Gene Vincent‘s song ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula.’ ”

Bryan will kick off his European tour in Berlin, Germany on March 11.

His first book of photography entitled Exposed was released in November.

Bryan and Alicia are co-founders of The Bryan Adams Foundation, a charity which aims to financially support people who are committed to bettering the lives of others through philanthropic pursuits.

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