Coronation Street’s Victoria Ekanoye gives birth to first baby with partner Jonny Lomas and shares cute video of son


CORONATION Street’s Victoria Ekanoye has given birth to her first baby with partner Jonny Lomas.

The 38-year-old star announced the happy news on her Instagram page, where she shared a cute first video of her little boy.

Victoria has given birth to a baby boy

In the clip, the baby’s face is hidden but his hands can be seen clasping onto Victora’s fingers as he lays in bed.

He is dressed in an adorable white babygro and wrapped up underneath a white laced blanket, with a snippet of Betty Noyes’ Baby Mine from the movie Dumbo added to the video.

Victoria captioned the post: “Our prince, our love, our world, our miracle 👼🏽

The star has not yet revealed her bundle of joy’s name or when he was born, as she was due to give birth in January.

She announced the news with a sweet Instagram video
She has not revealed when he was born or his name

The new mum, who played Angie Appleton in Corrie, was inundated with well-wishes from her famous pals – including Samia Longchambon who wrote: “Oh wow! Beautiful news.. Huge congratulations to you all darling girl! 😍🙏🥰 Xxx”.

Lucy Fallon added: “Congratulations guys! So pleased for you both xxxx”

Kimberly Wyatt wrote: “You did it mama!!!!!! So happy for you and your gorgeous lil family!!! 🙌❤ congratulations!!!!!”

Victoria left Corrie in 2019

She and Jamie announced their exciting news in November – when she was seven months along

Last year, Victoria joked to HOAR that there was “nothing else to do in lockdown but get pregnant”.

She said: “A lockdown baby, what else were we to do? We’re due in January so it’s going to be an amazing start to 2021.”

The TV favourite was last seen in Corrie at the beginning of 2019, where her character went to live in South Africa with her young son after splitting from Mary Taylor’s son Jude.

Victoria suffers from sickle cell anaemia

She announced her pregnancy in November, waiting until she was seven months along before sharing the news because she suffers from sickle cell anaemia.

Victoria said: “We know friends that have miscarried and so we waited until we were 12 weeks before we even told our parents.

“Then, with my health condition, we wanted a little bit more security and stability in knowing that everything is okay with baby and with me.”

The actress was diagnosed with the condition when she was 22 but recently revealed she spent years hiding her pain from her mother.