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Haylie Duff welcomes baby

Published 12/05/2015

Haylie Duff
Haylie Duff

Haylie Duff and her fiancé Matt Rosenberg are proud parents to a daughter called Ryan.

The 30-year-old star, whose younger sister is Lizzie McGuire star Hilary Duff, announced she and her fiancé Matt Rosenberg were expecting a daughter in December.

And E! News has now reported the couple are proud parents to a little girl called Ryan after Haylie was admitted to hospital yesterday to be induced.

Haylie and Matt got engaged last April and their new bundle of joy has Hilary's son Luca as a cousin and play date.

The blonde star spoke about her pregnancy last year and how she changed her eating habits and exercise regime while with child.

She and Matt also revealed shortly after announcing their baby news that their wedding would be put on hold as they wanted to focus on their family.

"It's pretty cool to think our daughter is going to be at our wedding. We still talk about things we want to do [for the wedding], but it's a big change with the baby coming. We're just trying to focus on one thing first and then we'll do it," she explained to People.

She shared how her beau was in "dad mode" even before the birth too, getting up early and cleaning the house.

Haylie kept fans in the loop during her pregnancy by posting photos on Instagram throughout her trimesters. Last month she uploaded a cute black and white snap of her and Matt, with the hunk looking down adoringly at his wife-to-be's bump as he rests a hand on it.

"30 day countdown!" Haylie captioned the picture.

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