Rock singer Bryan Adams, 53, and girlfriend Alicia Grimaldi have welcomed a baby girl, who like her older sister, was given a unique name.
The rocker, known for hits such as "Summer of '69," announced her birth on Twitter. This is the second child for the couple.
"Lula Rosylea arrived @ teatime this wk," Adams Tweeted on Thursday, February 14. "A cup of 'rosie lee' = 'cup of tea' in cockney. Lula comes from Gene Vincent's song 'Be-Bop-A-Lula.'"
Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps released the popular rockabilly song "Be-Bop-A-Lula" in 1956. It has been featured in several films, including the 1998 movie " "Pleasantville," which stars Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon.
"Thanks to everyone for the kind wishes," the singer added. "Baby and mama are doing well ))
Grimaldi has worked as Adams' personal assistant and helped set up his charity, the Bryan Adams Foundation, in 2004.