Miranda Kerr gives birth to 'beautiful' son

11 May, 2018, 00:48 | Author: Miranda Cannon
  • Miranda Kerr'gives birth to first child with Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel

Kerr and her husband, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, confirmed the news to People on Wednesday.

Congratulations are in order for Australian beauty Miranda Kerr and husband Evan Spiegel, who've just welcomed a baby boy.

As for the name, apparently the little one has been named Hart.

In an exclusive statement to People, the new parents said, "Words can not explain how happy we are to welcome our handsome son into our family".


"Words can not explain how happy we are to welcome our attractive son into our family", the couple said in a statement to People. ✨ I was literally thinking about you last night & counted about when you would give birth... and I read the news this morning! The 33-year-old model announced her engagement to the 26-year-old via Instagram in July 2016.

Baby Hart joins 7-year-old Flynn, Kerr's son with Orlando Bloom. "He's very excited. It's so sweet", she said of Flynn Christopher, who turned seven in January.

For more on Kerr and Spiegel, watch below. "I have been getting hormonal headaches, which I never got with Flynn", she said. The duo tied the knot in May of past year in an intimate backyard ceremony at their L.A. home. They divorced but chose to remain friends for the sake of their son.

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