Luxe Listings Sydney star D’Leanne Lewis welcomes her third child at 50

Luxe Listings Sydney star D’Leanne Lewis has welcomed a baby girl after deciding to have a third child on her own at the age of 50.

The celebrity real estate agent, who had her first child at 42, gave birth to daughter Lyra Yvonne Lewis at Prince of Wales Private Hospital last Tuesday at 5:20pm.

D’Leanne, who underwent IVF with the help of a sperm donor, was in labour for 10 hours and said it was a ‘relatively peaceful delivery’.

Luxe Listings Sydney star D’Leanne Lewis has welcomed a baby girl after deciding to have a third child on her own at the age of 50

The celebrity real estate agent, who had her first child at 42, gave birth to daughter Lyra Yvonne Lewis (pictured) at Prince of Wales Private Hospital last Tuesday at 5:20pm

The celebrity real estate agent, who had her first child at 42, gave birth to daughter Lyra Yvonne Lewis (pictured) at Prince of Wales Private Hospital last Tuesday at 5:20pm

She announced her child’s arrival on Instagram, posting a slideshow of photos from her pregnancy leading up to going into labour.

The gallery included pictures of D’Leanne in hospital cradling her newborn alongside Sydney obstetrician Dr Rahul Sen.

‘Hello World! Meet Lyra Yvonne Lewis, my little miracle. Born after 10 hours’ labour on 27/9/22 at 5.20pm,’ she wrote in the caption.

D'Leanne, who underwent IVF with the help of a sperm donor, was in labour for 10 hours and said it was a 'relatively peaceful delivery'

D’Leanne, who underwent IVF with the help of a sperm donor, was in labour for 10 hours and said it was a ‘relatively peaceful delivery’

She announced her child's arrival on Instagram, posting a slideshow of photos from her pregnancy leading up to going into labour. (Pictured with obstetrician Dr Rahul Sen)

She announced her child’s arrival on Instagram, posting a slideshow of photos from her pregnancy leading up to going into labour. (Pictured with obstetrician Dr Rahul Sen)

'Hello World! Meet Lyra Yvonne Lewis, my little miracle. Born after 10 hours' labour on 27/9/22 at 5.20pm,' she wrote on Instagram. 'Mum and bub doing well. Thank you, Dr Sen, for a beautiful and (relatively) peaceful delivery'

‘Hello World! Meet Lyra Yvonne Lewis, my little miracle. Born after 10 hours’ labour on 27/9/22 at 5.20pm,’ she wrote on Instagram. ‘Mum and bub doing well. Thank you, Dr Sen, for a beautiful and (relatively) peaceful delivery’

‘Mum and bub doing well. Thank you, Dr Sen, for a beautiful and (relatively) peaceful delivery. #heartsoverflowing #blessed.’

It comes after D’Leanne revealed on the Women’s Health’s Uninterrupted podcast in July that people thought she was ‘crazy’ to have another baby in her fifties.

‘It’s much bloody harder. It’s a little bit mental,’ she said of the fertility process.

It comes after D'Leanne revealed on the Uninterrupted podcast in July that people thought she was 'crazy' to have another baby in her fifties. (Pictured with her daughters Nava and Myka)

It comes after D’Leanne revealed on the Uninterrupted podcast in July that people thought she was ‘crazy’ to have another baby in her fifties. (Pictured with her daughters Nava and Myka)

‘Look, my IVF doctor said, “If you don’t do it now, then you won’t be able to because they won’t inseminate after 51.”‘

D’Leanne, the Principal of Laing & Simmons Double Bay, said at the time she was having a good pregnancy but still had ‘concerns’ because she was going it alone.

She revealed her unborn child won’t have ‘a present father’, having chosen to go down the sperm donor route.

D'Leanne (left, with a friend) said at the time she was having a good pregnancy but still had 'concerns' because she was going it alone

D’Leanne (left, with a friend) said at the time she was having a good pregnancy but still had ‘concerns’ because she was going it alone 

‘I decided to do this because I was very determined to have this baby on my own and I did not want any dramas,’ she said.

‘Obviously, having the sperm donor, there isn’t going to be a present father, but she’s got two godfathers and four godmothers.’

D’Leanne announced her pregnancy in April.

The principal of Laing & Simmons Double Bay announced her pregnancy in April

The principal of Laing & Simmons Double Bay announced her pregnancy in April 

She posted a video on Instagram of her growing bump as she explained to her daughters Nava and Myka they were going to have another brother or sister

She posted a video on Instagram of her growing bump as she explained to her daughters Nava and Myka they were going to have another brother or sister 

She posted a video on Instagram of her growing bump as she explained to her daughters Nava and Myka they were going to have another brother or sister.

‘My little family is growing and I couldn’t be happier,’ she wrote in the caption.

During her time on the Amazon Prime series, D’Leanne said being a woman in a male-dominated industry meant she had to work ‘three times as hard’ to succeed.

During her time on the Amazon Prime series, D'Leanne said being a woman in a male-dominated industry meant she had to work 'three times as hard' to succeed

During her time on the Amazon Prime series, D’Leanne said being a woman in a male-dominated industry meant she had to work ‘three times as hard’ to succeed 

She revealed she was once told she could never work in top-tier real estate because she was a woman and ‘too young’.

‘I thought, “Well, that’s bulls**t”, and now I am number one in my company and I’ve been number one for the last 18 years,’ she proudly said on the show.

‘I’ve had to work twice, three times as hard to show that I’m absolutely capable.

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‘I thought, “Well, that’s bulls**t”, and now I am number one in my company and I’ve been number one for the last 18 years,’ she proudly said 

‘[Managers] were like, “No girls are going to do real estate; you’re too young.” It was so misogynistic. It was crazy.’

D’Leanne continued: ‘You can have the confidence of 100 men, but if you don’t have the results it counts for nothing.’

‘I have been called a Rottweiler in heels, but I don’t think I’m a pooch. I’m certainly not a Rottweiler,’ she added with a laugh.