Retired swimmer Geoff Huegill has welcomed a baby boy with his new partner Roxy, reports claim.
The 42-year-old, who split from his ex-wife Sara in 2018, ‘quietly’ welcomed the newborn with a woman known only by the name Roxy, earlier this year, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Huegill already has two daughters, Gigi and Mila, with his ex-wife of seven years.
Congratulations! Retired swimmer Geoff Huegill , 42, has quietly welcomed a baby boy with his new partner Roxy, reports claim. Pictured with his daughters Gigi and Mila
Following their divorce, Sara reverted to her maiden name Hills and relocated to Tasmania.
The butterfly swimmer is currently filming the third season of SAS Australia.
Channel Seven released the full line-up set to take part in the military-style competition on Sunday.
Mystery new flame: The Olympian, who split from his ex-wife Sara Hills (left) in 2018, ‘quietly’ welcomed the newborn with a woman known only by the name Roxy, earlier this year
Apart from Huegill, the 2022 contestants include retired NRL star Darius Boyd, model Simone Holtznagel as well as Bachelor stars Anna Heinrich and Locky Gilbert.
They will appear alongside Olympic diver Melissa Wu, AFL star Barry Hall, Real Housewives of Sydney’s Melissa Tkautz and convicted cocaine dealer Richard Buttrose.
Boxers Ebanie Bridges and Michael Zerafa as well as comedian Paul Fenech, rugby star Ellia Green, NRLW player Millie Boyle, motorsports presenter Riana Crehan, and AFL commentator Wayne Carey are also set to compete on the show.
Ex-files: Following their divorce, Sara (pictured) reverted to her maiden name Hills and relocated to Tasmania
Troubled Home and Away heartthrob Orpheus Pledger, who was arrested for allegedly being in possession of methamphetamine in February, will also appear on the program.
Like Willie, cricket legend Michael Clarke had signed on for season three but also had to pull out due to injury.
‘Unfortunately I slipped a disc in my back doing the training,” he said on Sky Sports Radio’s Big Sports Breakfast.
Joining the ranks! The butterfly swimmer is currently filming the third season of SAS Australia
‘You get a four-week program where you got to do some stuff in preparation for the show and unfortunately I did my back. I let the guys know a couple of weeks ago that I’d done my disc and then it’s just been physio every day.
‘Unfortunately I’ve had to pull out which is disappointing but let’s never say never.
‘I’ve never been a fan of reality TV. This is probably the one show I thought, there are certainly some out of the comfort zone stuff that I wanted to test myself and I was looking forward to it.’
Out: Like Willie, cricket legend Michael Clarke ((pictured) had signed on for season three, but also had to pull out due to injury