Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham have officially become parents. The model uncovered their child arrived on Wednesday by sharing a black and white photo of their newborn’s tiny hand. “Our little man arrived! Jack Oscar Statham 8.8lbs on Saturday, June 24th.”
The Mad Max: Fury Road star broke the news of her pregnancy likewise on Instagram in February. “Very happy to share that Jason and I are expecting!! Lots of love Rosie x Photo by @jasonstatham,” she inscribed the post that uncovered the model had a developing child knock while unwinding on the shoreline.
On May twentieth, Rosie was encompassed by around 40-50 family and companions for her excellent infant shower.”Everyone was chill, and the spotlight was Rosie,” a source told at the time adding that the mother-to-be looked totally “flawless” amid the bash.
According to our insider, guests dined on healthy snacks and were treated to neutral-themed decor so as not to reveal the baby’s sex—but both Jason and Rosie knew whether they were having a boy or a girl well before the shower.
The two have maintained a low profile since the announcement—most recently stepping out together for The Fate of the Furious premiere, a franchise Jason has been part of since 2013.
So, what has the couple been doing while staying out of the spotlight? Getting ready for the baby and staying fit!
“Rosie and Jason are looking forward to becoming parents,” a source shared with E! News back in March. “They are starting to get their nursery together. They are just such a lovely couple and really in love.”
“Rosie and Jason both still stay very active because fitness is important to them both,” our insider explained. “She feels good overall.”
It appears the couple that often practices together remains together as they have been by each opposite’s side for a long time—and having a family together is something that has been on the couple’s brain for quite a while.
“Having a family is something I think about for sure, and whether I’d live here in America or in England,” the model told Esquire magazine in 2015. “But it’s not always as simple as that…I have no idea what will happen, but it’ll be interesting to find out, right? And nothing will be perfect, I’m sure.”