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Audrina Patridge is a first-time mother

Published 25/06/2016

Audrina Patridge
Audrina Patridge

Audrina Patridge and her BMX rider fiance Corey Bohan are now parents to a baby girl.

Reality TV star Audrina Patridge has given birth to her first child.

The former The Hills regular and her BMX rider fiance Corey Bohan welcomed a daughter named Kirra Max Bohan on Friday morning (24Jun16), and the newborn weighed eight pounds four ounces.

“She’s perfectly healthy and Mom is doing great,” Audrina's representative told

The 31-year-old announced she was expecting the child in December (15) and she told readers of her blog in March (16) that it would be a girl.

Audrina had been posting regular updates about her pregnancy on social media and on her blog, and a week before the birth she shared a mirror selfie of the bump and wrote, "It's going to be weird not having a belly soon or feeling little kicks punches and hiccups allll (sic) the time, I'm so used to it now and am loving it. I've had a pretty good pregnancy so I'm very thankful for that and also for good genes."

The couple celebrated Father's Day (18Jun16) by getting their hospital bag ready in preparation for the birth, and on 21 June (16), Audrina tweeted, "Getting nervous... Just waiting on the arrival of our little girl!! Any day now."

Corey proposed to Audrina in November (15), just a month before they announced the pregnancy, and they decided to put wedding plans on hold.

"I didn't want to rush getting married because stress is bad for the baby," she previously told Fit Pregnancy and Baby magazine. "Corey said, 'Stop caring what people think. Their opinions don't matter... Anyway, we've already been together for so long, it's like we're already married. It's just a title at this point - and a ring."

The couple have been dating since 2008.

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