When was Sheridan Smith’s baby Billy born? – The Sun

SHERIDAN Smith is settling into life as a mum.

The 38-year-old actress is now mother to a baby boy.

When was Sheridan Smith's baby born?

On May 9, 2020 Sheridan revealed she had given birth to her son.

She welcomed her baby with partner Jamie Horn.

Sheridan posted a picture to her Instagram confirming news.

She captioned it: "Our little man has arrived! We are both completely overwhelmed with love 💙"

When did Sheridan Smith announce she was pregnant?

Sheridan confirmed the news she was expecting a baby in October 2019 while talking to audience members on a cruise ship.

The star said: "I've got a baby on board."

The actress first sparked pregnancy rumours when she told fans she was suffering from "morning sickness".

She captioned an Instagram picture: "About to set sail for 4 days, wish me luck with my morning sickness."

The image showed two VIP passes for a musical theatre cruise, which Sheridan was taking part in alongside Alfie Boe and Collabro.

Her fans spotted her caption and rushed to question her about possible baby news.

Does Sheridan Smith have children already?

No – Sheridan does not have any other children.

But the star has been open about her desire to become a mother.

Just a month before her pregnancy news was revealed, the actress admitted she was ready to start a family after working with children on the cast of her West End show Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Is Sheridan Smith married?

In April 2019, Sheridan sparked rumours she had secretly married her fiancé Jamie.

The actress took to social media to post a smitten picture of the pair, in which she sent Twitter into a frenzy by referring to her beau as "hubby".

In the caption, the star wrote: 'Bank holiday pouting with the hubby.'

However, she quickly deleted the snap after eagle-eyed fans on social media picked up on it.

A representative for her said: "She has not married Jamie Horn, although they are engaged to be married, they haven’t yet set the date."

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