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She's here! She's here! A legend has officially been born — Chrissy Teigen and John Legend just welcomed their baby girl into the world and we couldn't be happier for the brand new parents. And although a photo of their little one has yet to be released, we're betting that the musician and the supermodel chef definitely cooked up a cute one.
We feel totally lucky to have watched Legend and Teigen's journey from newlyweds to new parents, first hand. From fawning over their beautiful wedding photos (remember Chrissy's swoon-worthy Vera Wang tulle ball gown?) to laughing over her too-real pregnancy tweets on everything from crazy cravings to her growing mom bod, to cooing over baby names, we got to see it all. It seems like only yesterday that Teigen revealed her fertility struggles to the world on her talk show FABLife. "John and I are having trouble," the model explained in the emotional moment. "We would have had kids five, six years ago if it'd happened. But my gosh, it's been a process!" Thankfully, their story has the happiest of endings, with the addition of Luna Simone Stephens into their little family. (FYI: John Legend is his stage name, the new dad's real name is John Roger Stephens.)
Teigen and Legend revealed the oh-so-adorable name on social media this morning. "She's here! Luna Simone Stephens, we are so in love with you! And sleepy. Very sleepy," the new mom wrote on Instagram, posting a photo of her little one's weight — 6 pounds, 11 ounces. Legend also shared the too-exciting news on Twitter. "Our new love is here!" the singer said. "Luna Simone Stephens, born on Thursday, the 14th. We couldn't be happier!"
Neither could we! Although we little sad to be saying goodbye to Chrissy Teigen's oh-so-epic maternity style. From belly-hugging tight dresses to glitzy red carpet gowns, the supermodel (now super mom!) certainly knew how to dress up a baby bump. But give her a few years, and we're sure that her mini-me's style will end being just as jealous-worthy. (She does have quite the role model, after all...)