Keira Knightley and husband James Righton 'have named their newborn baby Delilah' after confirming birth of second baby on recent outing in London
Keira Knightley and her husband James Righton have reportedly named their newborn baby Delilah.
On September 13, the couple confirmed that they had welcomed their second child by taking the tot on a stroll in London.
Although Delilah is traditionally a girl's name, Keira, 34, and James, 36, were spotted taking their baby for a walk in a blue pram and they have yet to confirm the child's gender.
Family: Keira Knightley, 34, and her husband James Righton, 36, have reportedly named their newborn baby Delilah (pictured in September 2019)
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According to the Mail On Sunday, rocker James was overheard telling friends all about the baby at a Hugo Boss yacht party on Thursday.
MailOnline has contacted Keira's representative for comment.
Keira looked stylish during the pair's most recent outing, donning a dark dress with rolled up sleeves and black kitten heels.
Letting her brunette locks fall loose down her shoulders, the actress completed her look with a pair of shades as she went for a walk with James and their baby.
Baby: Although Delilah is traditionally a girl's name, Keira and James have yet to confirm the child's gender (pictured in March 2019)
It comes after the couple announced that they were expecting again in May, when Keira debuted her bump at the Chanel J12 party in Paris.
Ahead of giving birth Keira was seen out and about in London last month with her prominent bump on display.
The couple married in France in May 2013 and welcomed their first child, daughter Edie, in 2015.
In January, Keira spoke about the challenges of motherhood and of juggling her career with caring for her daughter.
She told Balance magazine: 'I don’t think we give women enough credit for the physical and emotional marathon they go through when becoming a mother.
'I come from a place of amazing privilege. I have an incredible support system; I’ve been unbelievably lucky in my career; I can afford good childcare, and yet I still find it really f***ing difficult.'
Honest: In January, Keira spoke about the challenges of motherhood and of juggling her career with caring for her daughter (pictured in May 2019)
She added: 'It’s OK to say that. It doesn’t mean I don’t love my kid, it’s just me admitting that the sleep deprivation, the hormonal changes, the shift in relationship with my partner, are all things that make me feel as if I’m failing on a daily basis. I have to remind myself that I haven’t failed, I’m just doing what I can do, but it’s not easy.'
In October last year, Keira lamented the pressure on new mothers to look immaculate after giving birth in a candid account of motherhood.
The actress wrote about the 'vomit, the blood, the stitches' as she went into labour in May 2015, just a day before the Duchess of Cambridge welcomed Princess Charlotte into the world.
Kate famously left hospital just seven hours after being admitted to the Lindo Wing with both Charlotte and Louis in April, sparking a fierce debate on post-baby bodies.
She told Balance magazine: 'I don’t think we give women enough credit for the physical and emotional marathon they go through when becoming a mother' (pictured in February 2019)
In her essay, The Weaker Sex, the Pirates of the Caribbean star contrasted Kate's experience with her own, noting how the Duchess 'was out of hospital seven hours later with her face made up and high heels on.'
She described childbirth as a battleground, and said women are encouraged to 'hide their pain'. She wrote: 'My vagina split. You came out with your eyes open. Arms up in the air. Screaming. They put you on to me, covered in blood, vernix, your head misshapen from the birth canal. Pulsating, gasping, screaming.'
Writing about the first time she breastfed her daughter, the actress says: 'You latched on to my breast immediately, hungrily, I remember the pain. The mouth clenched tight around my nipple, light sucking on and sucking out.
'I remember the s***, the vomit, the blood, the stitches. I remember my battleground. Your battleground and life pulsating. Surviving. And I am the weaker sex? You are?'
She said: 'I’ve been unbelievably lucky in my career; I can afford good childcare, and yet I still find it really f***ing difficult' (pictured in November 2018)