B*Witched star Keavy Lynch, 40, gives birth to twins and calls them Felix and Elana

B*WITCHED singer Keavy Lynch has revealed she's given birth to twins saying they are a "wonderful gift".

The 40-year-old star, who has a twin sister of her own, wrote on Instagram today: "Words cannot express how in love I am with my family."

She went on: "Felix and Elàna have arrived to us as such a wonderful gift from heaven. I cannot thank the @nhswebsite enough for such wonderful care, especially to our birth team.

"Freya is such a wonderful big sister already! She has cuddles and kisses waiting around every corner."

Keavy revealed the babies' full names are Feliz Arthur Brendan James who weighed in at 5.8lbs and Elàna Neamh Mary Jane who weighed 5.3lbs.

She announced her pregnancy news in May with a picture of her baby scan on Twitter.

And she said the double good news explained why she was feeling so ill when lockdown began.

Keavy shared a snap of her little girl holding a picture of the scan and wrote in the caption: “So I have been pretty quiet here since lock down.

“For the first 3 months I was feeling pretty rough, shattered and sick all the time. Now we know why!#TwinMum #TwinHavingTwin #Family #love @nathanielcomer feeling blessed.”

C’est La Vie singer Keavy married businessman Nathaniel Comer in 2017 after they met on a dating app and the pair welcomed daughter Freya the following year.

Keavy also shared a snap of her cradling her bump and smiling at the camera.

B*Witched reformed in 2012 for the reality TV series, The Big Reunion,ten years after splitting up.

Two years later in 2014, Keavy completed a degree to become a qualified humanistic counsellor and now has her own practice in Kingston-upon-Thames, UK.

Last year, Keavy revealed in an interview that she contemplated suicide after the band broke up.

She said: “I think the biggest shock for most of us, was from the time we began to the time we ended, we had our schedule from January to January. It was jam-packed, we had about three or four days off each year, it was manic.

“I got to the point in my life where I wasn’t even sure if I wanted to live, I get quite tearful saying that now. I haven’t thought about that in a long time.”

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