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Joss Stone welcomes daughter into the world

Joss Stone has given birth to a baby girl.

a person smiling for the camera: Joss Stone, Cody DaLuz and baby Violet (c) Facebook

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Joss Stone, Cody DaLuz and baby Violet (c) Facebook

The ‘Super Duper Love’ hitmaker has revealed she and partner Cody DaLuz welcomed daughter Violet Melissa into the world on Friday (01.29.21) and the family couldn’t be happier.

Speaking on one of her ‘Cooking With Joss’ videos shared on her Facebook page, Joss said: “I’ve a very special little bun that I’ve been making for…oh, took about nine months, and it’s cooked! It’s ready! So here’s one we made earlier.”

Cody and their daughter then appeared on the screen and Joss said: “She’s so sweet! This is Violet Melissa. She’s just fed and she’s eating her hands because that’s her little vibe, isn’t it?”

The 33-year-old singer told fans she’d given birth via cesarean section because the baby had been breech.

She said: “She was breech so I had to have a C-section which was delightful… I’m tired. Cody has been amazing, totally worth it.

“They had to take her out the sunroof which was quick. Doctor Lee, we love you!”

And the couple didn’t know they were expecting a girl, though Cody “had a feeling” throughout his girlfriend’s pregnancy that she was carrying a daughter.

Joss said: “We didn’t know she was a girl until that moment. I wanted a girl, but I didn’t want to tell anyone that – nothing against boys.”

Cody added: “I called it from the first ultrasound, we had a feeling.

“She is three days old. She’s the prettiest thing in the world.

“She’s my perfect girl. I have the two most beautiful girls in the entire world.”

Joss admitted in December she was worried about giving birth.

She said: “I was having these moments. … I remember I woke up one night, and I sat on the edge of the bed, and I said to Cody, ‘Oh no,’ and I burst into tears.

“I said, ‘I’ve got to get it out. At some point it has to come out. Now it’s in. My God, Jesus. What if I split in half?’ You don’t read about that.”

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