Jodie Whittaker is all smiles as she keeps a low-profile while strolling around with her newborn


Got any Dalek bread? Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker cradles her newborn baby in a sling as she steps out for lunch – days after confirming the birth of her second child

She recently gave birth to her second child with husband Christian Contreras.

And Jodie Whittaker looked delighted to be out and about with her newborn on Friday as she ventured out for lunch and shopping in North London. 

The outgoing Doctor Who actress, 39, looked relaxed in a pair of blue jeans and a black jacket as the baby curled up in a sling on her chest.

Casual: Jodie Whittaker looked delighted to be out and about with her newborn on Friday as she strolled around North London

Jodie added a pair of colourful high-top trainers to the look while carrying a large handbag. 

The Broadchurch star beamed as she opted for a fresh face while sporting a pair of black sunglasses and styling her blonde tresses up in a bun.

Miss Whittaker hasn’t confirmed the baby’s gender or date of birth but announced that she was ‘happily and healthily’ pregnant in February.

Low-key: The Doctor Who actress, 39, cut a casual figure in a pair of blue jeans and a black jacket as the baby curled up in a sling on her chest

Newborn: She recently gave birth to her second child with husband Christian Contreras

Low-key: The Doctor Who actress, 39, cut a casual figure in a pair of blue jeans and a black jacket as the baby curled up in a sling on her chest

She is set to have more time to spend with her second child once she makes her final appearance as the Doctor this autumn – being replaced by Ncuti Gatwa.

The Broadchurch star confirmed she was pregnant with her second child in February after prompting speculation on the Brits red carpet.

She was pictured clutching her blossoming baby bump in a bespoke billowing dress.

Low profile: The Broadchurch star beamed as she opted for a fresh face while sporting a pair of black sunglasses and styling her blonde tresses up in a bun

Low profile: The Broadchurch star beamed as she opted for a fresh face while sporting a pair of black sunglasses and styling her blonde tresses up in a bun

The dress brand, Cimone, said her look was ‘created specifically to incorporate her pregnancy’.

Miss Whittaker made history as the first female Doctor when she replaced Peter Capaldi in 2017.

Her final adventure in the role will be a one-off special airing this autumn as part of the BBC’s centenary celebrations.

Coming to an end: She is set to have more time to spend with her second child once she makes her final appearance as the Doctor (pictured) this autumn – being replaced by Ncuti Gatwa

Coming to an end: She is set to have more time to spend with her second child once she makes her final appearance as the Doctor (pictured) this autumn – being replaced by Ncuti Gatwa

Earlier this month the BBC announced Mr Gatwa will become the first black actor to play the Time Lord full-time.

Transgender actress Yasmin Finney, 18, has also been named among new cast members and will take on the character of Rose.

Award-winning screenwriter Russell T Davies is returning to the BBC1 series for a second time and will do the 60th anniversary.

Big role: Earlier this month the BBC announced Mr Gatwa will become the first black actor to play the Time Lord full-time

Big role: Earlier this month the BBC announced Mr Gatwa will become the first black actor to play the Time Lord full-time

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