The American pop singer, Jenny Frost and Vicente Juan Spiteri‘s daughter, Nico Spiteri, was born on 20 January 2013 as the youngest daughter of the family. The young Nico is the twin sister of adorable Blake Spiteri and half-sister of the eleven years old brother, Casper J Thrupp.
The proud parents, Jenny and her husband, walked down the aisle in an auspicious ceremony in August 2011. Besides that, Jenny was formerly in a relationship with her fiance, DJ Dominic Thrupp and has a son, Caspar with him. However, the relationship ended after eight years in August 2010.
Baby Nico is Already a Star
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The Loose Women actress is blessed with a talented little girl. Jenny’s baby daughter, Nico, is a cheeky young girl with an intense love for dresses and modelling. The proud mother frequently posts pictures of her little angel modelling for her mother’s Instagram.
Welcoming the Baby Girls
The former Atomic Kitten star announced on the social media that she was not just expecting one but two bundles of joy. Despite being tired and pukey, the singer-turned-TV presenter was ecstatic about the arrival of her baby girls. The birth of the twin daughters has made her heart melt, and the pop singer is happier than ever, according to Mother Jenny. Mother Frost revealed her delight after giving birth to her “tiny and perfect” daughters.
The proud parents, Jenny and Vincente, were more than excited and thrilled. Besides that, mother Jenny is already mother to eleven years old son, Casper J. Thrupp, from her previous relationship with former fiancee, DJ Dominic J Thrupp. The eight years long relationship ended after some disputes in the year 2010.
The three siblings, Casper, Nico, and Blake, share a strong and intimate bond and the relationship between the brother-sister trio is admirable. The family lives blissfully in a luxury home in sun-kissed Ibiza.
Nico Spiteri: Baby Name Meaning
The wonderful name Nico is the short form of Nicholas. The famous traditional name is primary among the Dutch, Germans, Italians, Portuguese, and Spanish. The name is comprised of two different and is from the words “nikē” and “Laos”. The meaning of the name is victory and people respectively. Therefore, the meaning of the Greek name is “people of victory”.