Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Just Born: Sadie Rey Johnston

It's real girls' world for dad Jamie

Sadie Rey is the third daughter to be born to Jamie Johnston and Debbie Hughes-Johnston
Sadie Rey is the third daughter to be born to Jamie Johnston and Debbie Hughes-Johnston
Elise Alexandra Coulter weighed 7lbs 4oz and measured 49cm when she was born at 9.03am on December 13 at the Mater Private Hospital in South Brisbane, Australia.
Elise Alexandra Coulter weighed 7lbs 4oz and measured 49cm when she was born at 9.03am on December 13 at the Mater Private Hospital in South Brisbane, Australia.
Louise Moore and Paul Moore pictured in the Ulster Hospital along with Christmas Day arrival baby girl Caomhe who was born at 0421 weighing 8.7 lb.

Jamie Johnston and Debbie Hughes-Johnston, from Belfast, are celebrating the birth of their third daughter. Nail artist Debbie (27) and Jamie (38), a bill poster, welcomed Sadie Rey Johnston into the world on February 6 at 6.55pm.

She weighed 7lb 1oz on her arrival at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast and has a full head of beautiful dark hair.

"It was so wonderful to see her," Debbie said. "I am elated. We are so glad to have her here.

"She's doing brilliantly. She's thriving. She's very good.

"I am the luckiest mummy ever.

"Jamie is delighted, too. He couldn't wait to have another girl."

Debbie praised the standard of care she received at the Royal.

"The staff were absolutely fantastic," the mum added. "It was my first time at the Royal and they were so on the ball."

Debbie said her young family has been inundated with messages of support and congratulations.

"We are so spoiled," she said. "So many people have been wishing us well and sending lovely cards."

And Sadie's sisters – Ellie (4) and Violet (1) – are both enjoying the new addition to their family.

"Sadie looks like her her daddy and her big sister Ellie," Debbie added.

"The girls are really settled.

"They think she really is the best thing."

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