They welcomed their second child, a baby girl they named Lenny Monrow, late last month.
And Jenson Button looked like he was settling into life as a father-of-two as the family headed out for a stroll in Beverly Hills on Wednesday.
The Formula One driver, 40, and his fiancée Brittny Ward, 30, were seen for the first time since Lenny’s arrival as they stepped out with their newborn daughter and their son Hendrix, 17 months.
Jenson doted on Hendrix as he pushed him in a pram before heading to a swing with the tot.
The racing driver beamed as he watched his son have fun in the park while Brittny doted on Lenny.
The model looked incredible having only giving birth three weeks ago. She wore a loose-fitting grey long sleeved top and khaki leggings.
She opted for comfort on her feet and donned a navy Adidas baseball cap.
Jenson was also casually-clad in a white T-shirt and joggers.
On December 27, Brittny announced the arrival of their second child when she posted the first picture of her newborn daughter.
The fiancée of the former Formula One driver revealed that they have welcomed a baby girl and called the newborn Lenny Monrow.
Sharing photos of herself and Jenson with their newborn, Brittny wrote: ‘Welcome to the world Lenny Monrow Button. Mummy and Daddy are completely in love, She has dimples just like her big brother.
Brittny’s 307,000 Instagram followers were quick to share their well-wishes with the couple.
The Instagram sensation announced her second pregnancy with beau Jenson in June, with a snap of Brittny cradling her blossoming bump.
The news came just weeks after Jenson and Brittny were forced to postpone their wedding for the second time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, having pushed it back once after unexpectedly falling pregnant with their first child Hendrix.
In the post, the ex-Playboy model looked radiant in an ethereal white dress as she cradled her blossoming bump.
She wrote in the caption: ‘We can’t wait to meet you baby girl @hendrixbutton is going to be the best big brother.’
The couple are already proud parents to son Hendrix, whose surprise arrival caused them to postpone their wedding.
In May, Brittny took to Instagram to reveal their wedding will now take place in the summer of 2021.
Sharing a picture of herself with her love, she wrote: ‘I cannot wait to marry this guy… finally!
‘First an unexpected but such a blessing baby button and then corona virus 2021 I’ll become Mrs. Button officially.’
The couple had first been due to tie the knot on July 6, 2019 but Brittny fell pregnant.
During a candid interview with HELLO! magazine, the Playboy model later described how Jenson was overcome with emotion when he found out he was set to become a father.
She said: ‘Jenson was away when I found out, and I wanted to tell him face-to face so I waited until he returned home.
‘It was so hard to not say anything on the phone but I thought it was more special to do it in person. I gave him a little gift box with the test in it and he started crying.
‘It was a very sweet moment. It was exactly what you would want the father of your future child to do.’
Jenson was previously engaged to model Louise Griffiths, 40, before the couple split in 2005 after five years of dating.
The sporting legend was also married to model Jessica Michibata, but split in December 2015 after one year of marriage and a seven year romance.
Художественного руководителя киножурнала «Ералаш» Бориса Грачевского похоронят на Троекуровском кладбище в Москве, сообщил источник, знакомый с ситуацией. Об этом также сообщил источник «РИА Новости».
Грачевский скончался 14 января на 72-м году жизни из-за коронавируса. О том, что он заболел COVID-19, стало известно 21 декабря, через неделю его госпитализировали в Московскую больницу № 52.
Накануне Нового года супруга Грачевского Екатерина Белоцерковская сказала, что ее муж находится в стабильно тяжелом состоянии и его перевели в реанимацию.
Грачевский — советский и российский сценарист и режиссер. В 1974 году он вместе с писателем Александром Хмеликом основал юмористический киножурнал «Ералаш».
Грачевский сам снимался в некоторых эпизодах телесериала, а также в некоторых других отечественных фильмах. В 2009 году он снял художественный фильм «Крыша», а в 2019-м — мини-сериал «Между нот, или Тантрическая симфония».
Кроме того, Грачевский был автором двух книг — «Идиотизмы» и «Я мартышка». Он не раз удостаивался правительственных наград, в том числе премии правительства в области культуры и ордена Почета.
I'm a Celebrity star Toni Pearen left viewers - and her fellow campers - stunned on Tuesday's episode when she showed off her age-defying bikini body.
As the contestants got ready for the day, the attractive mother of two, 48, was briefly shown dancing through the camp in a skimpy two-piece.
'You look amazing, Toni. Look at you!' said her co-star Paulini Curuenavuli.
Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge then praised her moves, saying: 'Welcome to Ibiza!' Comedian Ash Williams remarked: 'Great figure.'
As she gyrated her hips, the former Australia's Funniest Home Videos host joked: 'This could be my Coachella outfit.'
Meanwhile, I'm a Celebrity viewers were in awe of Toni's confidence, flocking to Twitter to compliment her ageless figure.
'Toni Pearen's body,' one fan tweeted, alongside a trio of fire emojis.
Bachie Gossip, a popular Instagram fan account, also shared screenshots of Toni grooving through the camp, and wrote: 'You are smoking hot at 48.'
It comes after the former E Street star revealed how she manages to look so youthful without Botox.
Toni, who turns 49 in June, told Woman's Day on Monday she swears by at-home workouts and healthy eating.
'When I can't afford the gym I'll walk, do weights at home, swim, stretch… I love sweets so the key is to not have chocolate or any sweets in the house!' she said.
'I love a glass of red wine but one glass is all I can really tolerate.'
Toni added that she tries to live a stress-free life with her husband of 13 years, Will Osmond, and their children, Lucky, 11, and Ever, eight.
When it comes to diet and exercise, she said: 'I'm lucky I've always loved exercise and I love to cook so I take great care to eat as healthy as I can, but it's not an obsession.'
Toni rose to fame on soap opera E Street in the early 1990s, before launching a pop career.
She briefly appeared on Home and Away in 1994 and later hosted Australia's Funniest Home Videos from 2003 to 2008.
Viewers have marvelled at her youthful appearance ever since she entered the I'm a Celebrity jungle on January 3.
Many commented on Twitter that she's hardly changed since first gracing television screens some 30 years ago.
One fan tweeted: 'I know it's shallow to say, but far out Toni Pearen looks amazing. She hasn't aged in decades.'
Another chimed in: 'Toni Pearen looks the same and I don't think it's Botox.'
A third wrote: 'Refreshing to see no Botox face on Toni Pearen, though I reckon she's going to get lots of criticism for showing winkles on TV as well as support.'
Leicester have been dealt an injury blow with the news that Dennis Praet will be out for around three months.
The 26-year-old midfielder pulled up in the final few minutes of the FA Cup victory at Stoke after he stretched to reach a Youri Tielemans pass.
If Praet is ruled out until mid-April, he could miss a dozen or so Premier League games, two rounds in the Europa League, plus the next three rounds of the FA Cup.
'Dennis will be (out for) up to three months, we think, which is a huge blow for us,' said Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers.
'It was an awkward one for him at the time, the ball just popped up and he over-stretched. It was not quite his hamstring but a tendon in the hamstring. Obviously we need to ensure his recuperation is the best it can possibly be.
'He is going to be out for a while, which is not so good for us.'
It remains to be seen whether Praet's injury will affect Rodgers' thinking in terms of allowing Hamza Choudhury to leave the club.
Leicester have received offers for Choudhury, with West Brom and Newcastle reportedly linked with a move for the 23-year-old, but Rodgers could now be reluctant to let him leave for fear of further weakening the options in midfield.
'It is certainly something we have to look at,' said Rodgers. 'We are certainly not in a rush to move Hamza out but we respect that we have some players who are a bit further away from playing and may want to get some game time.
'I understand that and I want to support and help that, but I also have to look after the squad and make sure I have the right bodies here to do the job and finish what will be a busy second part of the season for us.
'There have been enquiries for Hamza but, as I say, we are not in any big rush at the moment until we see where the squad is going to be at.'
Leicester resume their Premier League campaign against Southampton at the King Power Stadium on Saturday night and Rodgers will be boosted by the return of a handful of key players, most notably top scorer Jamie Vardy (hip) and midfielder James Maddison (knee).
'Both of those players will be available,' said the Foxes boss. 'It was not so much a rest at Stoke, they actually couldn't play - or if they did play then there was going to be huge risk for them.
'They have had ongoing issues over the course of the season, unfortunately, and that was a game where we saw a window to get some medical work done with them knowing we had other players who could come in an play.
'But that has worked well for us as they have rejoined the group this week and will be available for the weekend.'
Right-back Ricardo Pereira (groin) and winger Cengiz Under (hamstring) have made progress in their recoveries, have resumed full training and are back in contention, although Rodgers said their returns would be managed 'step by step'.
Fellow defender Caglar Soyuncu (groin) is also back in training and nearing a return.