Scots tennis hero Sir Andy Murray and his wife Kim are celebrating the arrival of their third child.
The new arrival, a boy, was born in London last week.
Grandmother Judy Murray told BBC Radio Scotland that the latest addition to her family was a “lovely, happy, healthy baby boy”.
She added: “It’s lovely news, lovely to have a little boy to go with the two little girls”.
Sir Andy and Kim are already parents to daughters Sophia and Edie.
The couple got married in Sir Andy’s home town of Dunblane in 2015.
Kim, 32, sparked pregnancy rumours in July after arriving at Wimbledon wearing a maternity top while cheering on her husband in a mixed doubles match with Serena Williams.
Last month Sir Andy, the former world number one, claimed his first ATP Tour title in more than two-and-a-half years after beating Stan Wawrinka in the final of the European Open in Antwerp.
It was only the sixth singles event the 32-year-old Scot has competed in since returning from the hip resurfacing operation he had in January.