Turia Pitt Welcomes Baby Boy With Fiancé Michael Hoskin

Congrats are in order for Turia Pitt who has given birth to her second child, Rahiti, with fiancé Michael Hoskin.

Taking to Instagram on Sunday, Turia introduced the bub to fans by sharing a sweet snap of herself and her newborn son.

“Maeva i te ao nei! Welcome to the world Rahiti,” she captioned the photo, which showed the bub cuddling with his mum.

Rahiti is understood to be a Polynesian name meaning “rising sun”.

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Her post was flooded with messages of congratulations from family, friends and fans with model Megan Gale writing, "Just precious ❤️❤️❤️ Congrats lovely and much love to you and the family."

"Oh how wonderful!! Congratulations beautiful Mama! And welcome to the world Rahiti," added Jessica Rowe.

Rahiti is the second born son to Turia and Michael Hoskin, with the pair already being proud parents to two-year-old son, Hakavai Hoskin.

It won't be the last special event the pair celebrate, with Turia and Michael set to tie the knot next year after her he popped the question back in 2015.

Turia revealed in August last year she was pregnant with her second baby through a sweet Beyonce-inspired video clip the pair that showed off her baby bump, as well as adorable family footage.

“When Michael and I want to share big news, I insist on creating a Beyonce-inspired video montage,” she joked.

"Baby #2, we can't wait to meet you 💛PS I promise we'll find you a more appropriate name soon 😂," Turia joked.



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Turia won the hearts of Australians for her incredible resilience after she suffered full-thickness burns to 65% of her body while competing in a 100km ultra-marathon in the Australian outback in 2011, which doctors did not expect her to survive.

Image: Instagram