Just six months after their Portofino wedding, Georgia and Joe Penna are the proud parents to twin boys.
The news was revealed in the media over the weekend, although Irish model Georgia slammed reports her sons were adopted. Now, a source close to the couple has revealed that Georgia and Joe used a US surrogate to give birth to their babies.
"Georgia’s twins were born with the help of a surrogate," a friend tells the Irish Mirror. And indeed, a look through the model's Instagram feed shows she did visit the US around eight weeks ago.
"The surrogate was arranged in the US and she [Georgia] is over the moon to have two healthy, happy baby boys."
After news of her sons' arrivals went public over the weekend, newlywed Georgia took to social media to confirm it.
"Delighted with the arrival of twin boys, the most special, perfect little babies and we are so in love," she wrote.
"They are NOT adopted… I won’t be posting any photos of them on social media as I’d like to keep them private."
Georgia has made no secret of her desire to start a family, admitting last year that it was certainly on the horizon for herself and Joe.
"In the future, I really want to have children. Of course it’s something I think about. I think most girls think about babies.
"Kids are something I definitely want."
In the weeks following the birth of her new sons, Georgia was noticeably quieter on social media – leading fans to speculate if she might be keeping something under wraps.