Ex-Big Brother star Imogen Thomas gives birth to baby girl
Monday 11 February 2013
Former Big Brother star Imogen Thomas gave birth to a baby girl this morning.
Thomas's publicist said her daughter, named Ariana Siena Horsley, was born at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in central London and weighed 6lb 2oz.
She said: "Mother and baby are doing well."
Thomas, a former Miss Wales, appeared in the 2006 series of the reality show before working as a glamour model and television presenter.
It was reported her boyfriend Adam Horsley was by her side as she gave birth.
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