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Guy Ritchie and his fiance Jacqui Ainsley welcomed their second child this week.  According to People, Ainsley delivered a baby girl via c-section at a hospital in London. 

Ritchie’s rep told People, “We can confirm that Guy and Jacqui are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Mother and baby are doing well.” 

There’s no word yet on the baby’s name.  The newborn joins big brother Rafael, 14 months.  Ritchie also has two children – David, 7, and Rocco, 12 – with ex-wife Madonna.

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