Veronica Campbell-Brown revels in birth of son

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaican sprint star Veronica Campbell-Brown, and her husband, Omar Brown, are celebrating the birth of their son.

In a post on her Instagram account on Tuesday, Campbell-Brown shared that the boy, Zane Lucas Brown, was born on September 20.

In an Instagram reel, which featured a fusion of images and short videos, Campbell-Brown shared, among other things, moments of herself in hospital with her new bundle of joy. Her daughter, Avianna, also featured prominently in the reel and was captured kissing the new addition to the family as Mary J Blige's hit song, 'Everything', is looped into the video.

According to Campbell-Brown, Zane Lucas weighed in at 6lbs 14.9oz.

Campbell-Brown had revealed she was pregnant with her second child on May 15, the same day she celebrated her birthday.

Among those congratulating the former sprint superstar on her special moment is double Olympic Champion Elaine Thompson-Herah, gospel singer Kevin Downswell, and Jamaican songstress Tessanne Chin.

Widely recognised as one of Jamaica's most decorated athletes, the 40-year-old has won several gold medals throughout her illustrious junior and senior athletic career.

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