Model Lucky Blue Smith ‘tired’ as he welcomes ‘little angel’ daughter

Model Lucky Blue Smith ‘so tired’ as he welcomes ‘little angel’ daughter Rumble (Picture: Instagram)

Model Lucky Blue Smith told fans he has been ‘so busy and so tired’ after welcoming his second child, daughter Rumble Honey, with wife Nara Pellman.

The 22-year-old had introduced his baby girl to the world via social media two days ago, treating fans to the very first photo of daughter Rumble.

It cutely showed Lucky lying down on his bed facing his newborn, as she slept while wrapped up tightly in a white blanket.

‘My special little princess❤️ meet Rumble Honey,’ Lucky gushed in the caption alongside his sweet post.

He shares daughter Rumble with wife Nara Pellman, who he married earlier this year.

The pair confirmed news they were having a baby together in May, just three months after they had tied the knot in February earlier this year, and it sounds like they are throwing their all into parenting.

Taking to his Instagram story on Sunday, Lucky told fans that there was a slight delay in his latest YouTube video being uploaded, as he and Nara have been a little preoccupied.

Lucky wrote: ‘We’ve been so busy and tired with our little angel. We are posting our YouTube video on Tuesday/Wednesday instead of today.’

We’re sure all is forgiven.

Lucky told fans he has been ‘so busy and so tired’ since Rumble’s arrival (Picture: Instagram)

Lucky and Nara had announced news they were expecting by sharing a cute video of them cuddling and holding up a photo of their baby scan to Instagram.

They teased that they had already found a name for their little one too, as they captioned their post – shared five months ago – with the initials: ‘RHS.’

The couple first began dating in November last year and sparked speculation they were engaged just a month later in December 2019.

Their daughter Rumble is Lucky’s second child, as he is already dad to two-year-old daughter Gravity, who he shares with his ex Stormi Bree.

He rarely shares photos of daughter Gravity online and revealed in an interview with L’Officiel magazine that he wants to ‘have a childhood’ before throwing her into the public eye.

The mormon star, who grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah, hit back at those criticising him for not posting enough of his little girl on social media, as he told the publication: ‘I don’t post my daughter on Instagram. I want to let her have a childhood, before putting her into the public eye.

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‘I used to post her, but then one day I decided it didn’t make sense anymore. I wanted that to be her decision.’

Lucky began modelling at the age of 12 and has since gone on to front campaigns for major fashion houses including Calvin Klein, Tom Ford and Tommy Hilfiger.

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