Published: Thu, May 10, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Miranda Kerr Welcomes A Baby Boy Named Hart

Miranda Kerr Welcomes A Baby Boy Named Hart

The baby boy, named Hart, joins Kerr's 7-year-old-son Flynn, who Kerr shares with ex-husband Orlando Bloom.

35-year-old Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr and 27-year-old founder of SnapChat Evan Spiegel became parents.

They released a statement, which read: "Words can not explain how happy we are to welcome our attractive son into our family".

The baby was born at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A. around 11:50 PM, according to the report.

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Flynn is no doubt overjoyed about his new big brother role.

"My partner is very traditional", she told the Times.

In July 2016, the couple announced that they were set to get married after revealing that they were engaged on social media.

Commenting on a picture Miranda posted five days ago from her pregnancy shoot with Stella magazine, one fan wrote: 'Congratulations on your new baby!

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She said: "I have been getting hormonal headaches, which I never got with Flynn".

Kerr, 35, and Spiegel, 27, were married last May in a small ceremony at their home in Brentwood, California, in May, after dating for almost two years.

The baby has been named Hart after Spiegels grandfather, a source said.

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