De Bruyne welcomes 2nd child with partner Michele

Kevin De Bruyne's 's family just got bigger as he and his wife welcomed their second child named Rome.

Kevin De Bruyne and Michele 

The 27-year-old midfielder earlier announced on his social media accounts that he and his wife are expecting their second child.

After an impressive performance as the reigning beat title rivals Tottenham Hotspur, De Bruyne has more cause to celebrate off the pitch.

He announced the arrival of his new born son with a message on his official Instagram account along with a picture of the baby and included his name

The message said, "Our newest member of the family is here. We already love you so much, little Rome    @lacroixmichele."

De Bruyne has a new son

Kevin De Bruyne and his wife announced through social media earlier in the year after their Premier League celebrations that they will be expecting another child.

The couple had their first son as a couple in 2017 a boy named Mason Milian De Bruyne.

Mason now has a younger brother named Rome as announced through Michele and Kevin's social media accounts.

De Bruyne is expected to continue his recovery to fitness when Manchester City continue their Carabao Cup defence against Fulham on Saturday, November 1.

More from category

Recommended articles

Top 10 Super Eagles all-time top scorers

Top 10 Super Eagles all-time top scorers

Where to watch the Super Falcons of Nigeria against Botswana

Where to watch the Super Falcons of Nigeria against Botswana

Top 10 most capped Super Eagles players of all-time

Top 10 most capped Super Eagles players of all-time

Sensational Gift Monday, Rivers Angels get nominations from CAF for July awards

Sensational Gift Monday, Rivers Angels get nominations from CAF for July awards

Joel Chima: The Japanese Samurai with Nigerian blood

Joel Chima: The Japanese Samurai with Nigerian blood

4 Nigerians including Oshoala, nominated for CAF Women's player of the year award

4 Nigerians including Oshoala, nominated for CAF Women's player of the year award