Romeo Miller has announced the birth of his second daughter, Winter Snoh Miller.

The New Orleans rapper and television personality took to Instagram on Wednesday (March 15) to share photos of his newborn baby, along with a heartfelt caption about becoming a dad for a second time, calling fatherhood his “most fulfilling” accomplishment.

“My tribe is growing,” he wrote to his 2.1 million followers. “I introduce to you my fearless, intuitive, and ingenious daughter; WINTER SNOH MILLER! My heart is so full knowing that my girls will have each other as they grow. I’m a papa of 2!”

He continued: “I’ve accomplished a lot of things in my life, but becoming a father is by far the best and most fulfilling. You made me see. Psalms 127:3. #ThankYouGod #GirlDad #LovesOfMyLife #Happy.”

Various celebrities took to the comments section to congratulate Romeo Miller on the birth of his newborn daughter.

“Soooo happy for you! And Drew! Love you both,” Keke Palmer wrote, while Lena Waithe added: “Congrats!!! So adorable.”

The likes of MC Lyte, Jojo Simmons, Snoh Aalegra, Sherri Shepherd, Raven Goodwin, D.C. Young Fly and Loni Love also shared their congratulations.

Romeo Miller’s first daughter was born in February 2022 to his girlfriend Drew Sangster. Posting to Instagram a couple months after, he credited her for making him a “better man.”

Master P & Romeo Miller Squash Feud After 'Very Hard Conversations'

Master P & Romeo Miller Squash Feud After 'Very Hard Conversations'

“I introduce to you, THE LION QUEEN!” he said at the time. “My daughter aka my world, my light, my joy, my @thedrewyco partner, my triumph, my hope, my balance, my twin, my love, my baby genius, my heart, my angel, my first, my biggest blessing, my everything!

“The world will hear your roar. Thank you for making daddy a better man Baby R. Psalm 127:3. ps: you were just born please stop growing so fast.”

Romeo Miller was recently feuding with his father, Master P, but denied it was a publicity stunt ahead of his return to the reality show Growing Up Hip Hop.

“People were saying this is for publicity and this and that,” he said in January. “But my thing is, this is just about life. And if you’re going to be a celebrity, if you’re gonna be a public figure, you’re gonna have to have some things bleed out and deal with it and try to use it as an example for others to learn from you.

“And it’s all about communication, that’s all. No family is perfect. You’re watching other celebrities’ lives. If you are in the public eye, if you are a celebrity, the things you wanna show are gonna come out and the things you don’t wanna show.”

He added: “And you gotta be strong enough to know who you are, what you stand for, to deal with the ridicule and the misunderstanding that’s gonna come with it.”