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娜塔莉·安博莉亚 has welcomed her first child and she has said that her "heart is bursting" at the news.

The 44-year-old singer-songwriter, whose hits include Torn and Wrong Impression, gave birth to a boy named Max Valentine and announced the news on Instagram .

Natalie revealed she was expecting in July, telling fans she got pregnant with the help of vitro fertilisation (IVF) and a sperm donor.

At the time, she wrote on Instagram: "For those of you who know me, this has been something I have wanted for a very long time."

Now she has shared a cute first pic of her son, in which the newborn's hand clutching her thumb.

娜塔莉·安博莉亚 shared a sweet first pic of her baby son

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Natalie wrote: "Welcome to the world.. Max Valentine Imbruglia. My heart is bursting."

She added the hashtag #myboy before her celebrity friends sent their congratulations in the comments section.

Louise Redknapp wrote: "Congratulations babe so happy for you xxxxx."

Sophie Ellis-Bextor said: "Yay!!! Hello, Max! Welcome indeed. So glad you're here safe and sound. Congratulations, mama!!"

And Jemima Khan commented: "Can't wait to have a cuddle."

娜塔莉·安博莉亚 showed off her baby bump during the pregnancy
Natalie had spoken about how much she desired to have children

The Australian-British star had said she had wanted to be a mother for a "very long time" and she was "blessed" to conceive.

Natalie first found fame after starring as Beth Brennan in the Australian soap neighbours.

Natalie has chosen not to reveal who the father is as yet
 

She began her singing career three years after leaving the show and had a worldwide hit with her cover of Ednaswap's song Torn.

She had previously dated Friends actor David Schwimmer and was married to Australian musician Daniel Johns.

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