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Brooklyn Decker gives birth to baby boy

Published 04/10/2015

Brooklyn Decker
Brooklyn Decker

Sports Illustrated model Brooklyn Decker and her tennis player husband Andy Roddick have welcomed their first child.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Model Brooklyn Decker has given birth to a baby boy.

The Sports Illustrated model and her tennis star husband Andy Roddick announced they were expecting their first child together in May (15).

Now Us Weekly reports they welcomed a son in Texas on September 30.

Currently there are no details on the name but as the 28-year-old and Andy had been keeping their fans posted on social media throughout her pregnancy, it will no doubt be revealed soon.

Brooklyn even used Instagram to initially announce her pregnancy, posting a snap of herself cradling her little bump.

“So this happened… #the3ofus,(sic)” she captioned the shot.

Andy, 33, and Brooklyn married in 2009 and this is the first child for both of them.

But actress-and-model Brooklyn revealed they’ve been getting some parenting tips from no other than Elton John.

"We have been given some advice by, actually a fellow Englishman of yours, Mr Sir Elton John," Brooklyn smiled to James Corden on The Late Late Show. "My husband has a foundation and Elton came to play at his foundation, which was pretty incredible, and he was giving us advice. Basically, [he suggests] Elton, any name from Lord of the Rings, and anything that starts with an R so the child has a difficult time pronouncing their own name. So basically he wants to make this kid's life a living hell. Which is fine with me because that's what they're there for, to mess with."

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