Petra Stunt has welcomed two new bundles of joy, according to reports. The Mail on Sunday claims that the 26-year-old heiress, who is already mum to daughter Lavinia, recently gave birth to twin boys.
"Petra welcomed not one but two bouncing babies," an insider told the newspaper. "Both boys."
It would seem that Petra had told few people around her that she was expecting a double arrival as the Mail adds: "She took everyone by surprise, even her sister Tamara."
Petra and her husband James Stunt now have three children together
While London-born Petra never publicly confirmed that she was expecting again, reports that she was pregnant emerged in February when she was pictured out and about in the capital with a blossoming baby bump on display.
Petra, whose father is Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, surprised onlookers by unveiling her new pregnancy curves in a grey top and leggings as she headed out in central London with her older sister Tamara.
The siblings were joined by Tamara’s little girl Sophia, who was snuggled up in a baby carrier on her mummy, although Petra's two-year-old daughter Lavinia didn not accompany her mum, aunt and cousin.
Petra debuted her baby bump during a shopping trip with her sister Tamara in Februray
Socialite Petra is married to billionaire businessman James Stunt, 33. The couple, who have homes in London and Los Angeles, were married in Odescalchi Castle in Rome in August 2011, and welcomed their first child in February 2013.
One year after Lavinia's arrival, there were further celebrations for the Ecclestone family with the birth of Tamara's firstborn, Sophia.
Both sisters have embraced motherhood, and Tamara, 30, has made no secret of how much she loves looking after her little girl.
At Sophia's lavish first birthday celebrations, which Tamara shared exlusively with HELLO!, 84-year-old Bernie spoke of his pride in his daughters and grandchildren.
"I'm proud of my daughters and what beautiful granddaughters they have produced," he said, adding in reference to Petra's pregnancy: "And we are soon to be more."