Kyle Sandilands’ manager Bruno Bouchet welcomes his second child with wife Laura – and reveals his son’s very unique name
Kyle Sandilands’ manager Bruno Bouchet has welcomed his second child, a boy, with wife Laura.
Bruno shared the happy news with Instagram fans on Monday, uploading a photo of himself lovingly cradling the adorable newborn.
‘Laura and I are thrilled to introduce our son Ezra Hugo Bouchet,’ the 34-year-old captioned his post.
Congratulations! Kyle Sandilands’ manager Bruno Bouchet, 34, (right) has welcomed his second child, a boy named Ezra Hugo (left), with wife Laura
‘Bub and mum doing great,’ he added.
Bruno and Laura, who married in 2008, are also parents to three-and-a-half-year-old Juliette.
The couple announced they were expecting in May, with Bruno posting a picture of his WSFM producer wife’s sonogram to Instagram.
Baby joy! Bruno (right) announced Ezra’s arrival via Instagram on Monday, confirming that both ‘bub and mum are doing great’. Pictured with wife Laura (left)
Family: Bruno and Laura, who married in 2008, are also parents to three-and-a-half-year-old Juliette. are also parents to three-and-a-half-year-old Juliette (left)
‘I blame self-isolation for this: @laurambouchet and I are thrilled to announce we have a baby boy on the way,’ he cheekily captioned the post.
The image featured a cartoon crown image photoshopped on top of the unborn baby’s head.
He added that his son would become known as ‘The List Prince’ – a cheeky homage to his ‘List King’ nickname.
Annoouncement: The couple announced they were expecting in May, with Bruno posting a picture of his WSFM producer wife’s sonogram to Instagram
Bruno has become known for his viral social media posts, in which he ranks everything from cities to chocolate bars in order of best to worst.
In September, Bruno sparked controversy when he ranked 15 locations in Sydney from ‘God Tier’ to ‘Would rather live in a bucket of cat vomit tier’ – which was compiled on how he ‘felt’ when he was ‘cruising around the suburbs’ in his car.
‘We all know every single guy from Neutral Bay is a tosser and we all know there’s nowhere to park… Pubs are overrated, nowhere to eat,’ Bruno said.
Royal arrival: The image featured a cartoon crown image photoshopped on top of the unborn baby’s head
‘Bankstown is an ugly suburb, everyone just parks in their front yard and people are always yelling out of their car window.
‘Finally, Northern Beaches like Manly, Dee Why and Curl Curl. They’re the worst of the worst. The arrogance is unbelievable.
‘You go to the Northern Beaches and they’re basically suburb racists. You tell them where you’re from, like for example, ‘I’m from Camden’ and they’d laugh.’
He, instead, opted for suburbs including Parramatta, Maroubra, Greenace and Punchbowl – categorising them under the ‘God Teir’.
‘What you see is real, what you see is what you get. Maroubra beach is probably the nicest beach in Australia,’ Bruno said.
Controversial: Bruno Bouchet – who lives in Camden, south-west of Sydney – ranked 15 locations from ‘God Tier’ to ‘Would rather live in a bucket of cat vomit tier’ in September