Sylvia Jeffreys and Peter Stefanovic have welcomed their second child, a baby boy.

Jeffreys, 34, took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to make the announcement, revealing the pair had named him Henry.

“Henry. Our gorgeous, healthy little boy makes us a family of four,” Jeffreys wrote. “His proud parents couldn’t be happier. His big brother is learning to be gentle. Big love all around.”

Jeffreys didn’t disclose the exact date she gave birth to Harry.

The couple’s first child, Oscar, was born in January last year. They announced in October they were expecting their second.

In October last year, Jeffreys revealed she had conceived Oscar through IVF.

Speaking about her difficult fertility journey on Today Extra, the television personality fought back tears while she spoke about her experience.

She was interviewing mother Brooke Campbell about IVF treatment, specifically the decision of what to do with leftover embryos once a family no longer wants to use them.An emotional Sylvia, clearly on the verge of tears as she spoke, said: “Brooke, I know from my personal experience with IVF that so much goes into having a successful embryo.”

She went on: “Having something sitting there that gives you the opportunity to make life for your family. How are you and your husband coping?”

Moments later, Sylvia continued: “It’s such a fascinating topic, and Brooke obviously something so raw for you right now, so thank you very much for sharing.

“The silver lining in having unused embryos is that you’ve had your miracles. You’ve had your babies. So that’s the beautiful part of it,” she added, still teary.

It was the first time Sylvia has commented publicly on her and husband Peter’s struggles getting pregnant.

This article originally appeared on Over60.