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Jack Osbourne’s daughter joy

Published 20/07/2015

Jack Osbourne and Lisa Stelly
Jack Osbourne and Lisa Stelly

Jack Osbourne feels so lucky to have been blessed with his second child, Andy Rose.

The 29-year-old welcomed second daughter Andy Rose with wife Lisa Stelly last month. The couple already have three-year-old daughter Pearl together and Jack cannot believe how much his life has been transformed by his three favourite girls.

“Pearl is such an awesome kid and we can already tell that Andy's amazing,” he told British magazine Hello! “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?"'

The couple, who tied the knot in October 2012, are even more thankful for their new arrival after Lisa miscarried a child in September 2013. The couple welcomed Andy on June 13 and are glad they didn’t rush into trying again for a baby too soon after their heartbreak.

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

Jack’s mother and the little girls’ grandmother Sharon also shared her joy with the outlet and admitted she was besotted with Andy.

“She's like a precious little peanut - I'm just so happy. This is what it's all about, isn't it?” she smiled.

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