The wife of NSW paramedic Steven Tougher has given birth to their baby girl just two months after his tragic death.

Madison Tougher gave birth to their daughter, Lily-Mae Stevie Tougher, on Thursday.

NSW ambulance announced the “ray of sunshine” on Madison’s behalf and also revealed that the baby girl weighed 4.1 kg and measured 48 cm in length.

“Madison Tougher has asked us to announce the arrival of her and Steven’s daughter, Lily-Mae Stevie Tougher,” NSW Ambulance shared on Facebook.

“Madison and Lily-Mae, and big brother Kobi, are doing well and the extended family is very excited,” they added.

“Madison reports her labour and birth were peaceful and calm, just like Steven’s personality.

“She has respectfully requested privacy at this time and asks not be contacted by media.”

They also confirmed that a picture of Lily-May will be shared at a later date.

Many have shared their well-wishes for Madison in the comment section of the post shared by NSW ambulance.

“Congratulations on the birth of your little one , I’m sure Steven will always be there watching over you all. 🧡” wrote one person.

“Congratulations and welcome to the world Lilly-Mae Stevie. What a special name for a special girl. Her daddy will always be watching over her and the family. Love to Madison at this bitter-sweet time,” commented another.

“Congratulations to Madison and her family. Kudos to NSW Ambulance for such a respectful and beautiful announcement,” wrote a third.

Steven passed away in mid-April after he was allegedly stabbed while on a break outside of a McDonalds in Campbelltown

The 29-year-old paramedic was reportedly about to go on paternity leave and was finishing off paperwork in the ambulance when the incident occurred.

21-year-old Jordan Fineanganofo was subsequently tasered and arrested, and is due to face court later this month.

Steven was posthumously awarded a National Medal of Service and a NSW Ambulance Long Service and Good Conduct Medal at his funeral.

Image: Facebook

This article first appeared on Over60.