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Bryan Adams welcomes second daughter

Last updated on: February 15, 2013 18:50 IST

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Bryan Adams and his wife Alicia Grimaldi welcomed their second baby girl in London earlier this week.

The rocker and Grimaldi, who co-founded his charitable foundation, named their new bundle of joy Lula Rosylea.

She joins big sister Bunny, 22 months.
 
Adams told People magazine that Lula Rosylea decided to arrive at teatime.

He explained that the name 'Rosylea' is a cockney rhyming slang in London for 'cup of tea', while 'Lula' comes from Gene Vincent's song Be-Bop-A-Lula.


Image: Bryan Adams
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