Amanda Holden welcomes baby girl, stable in hospital
Published Jan 25 2012, 17:25 GMT | By Ryan Love Amanda Holden
has given birth to a baby girl, it has been announced.
The Britain's Got Talent
judge welcomed Hollie Rose Hughes on January 23.
The news comes after Holden pulled out of auditions in Blackpool, having admitted herself to a London hospital
. A spokesperson for Holden and husband Chris Hughes confirmed that the actress had been in a "critical" condition, but is now "stable".
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"Hollie Rose Hughes was born on 23 January 2012. She is healthy and weighed in at 6.1lbs but Amanda has been in a critical condition for the past three days," Alison Griffin said.
"She is now stable and we expect her to make a full recovery very soon. We thank you for respecting their privacy at this time."
A spokesperson for Britain's Got Talent
added: "We extend our congratulations to Amanda and Chris on the birth of Hollie and wish Amanda a speedy recovery. We look forward to her returning to Britain's Got Talent
The former Shrek: The Musical
star, who suffered a stillbirth last year, said that she had "burst into tears" upon discovering her pregnancy.> Amanda Holden on pregnancy: "I never dreamt it would happen so quickly"