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Ludacris welcomes daughter

Published 04/06/2015

Ludacris and Eudoxie
Ludacris and Eudoxie

Ludacris is elated to have welcomed his third child – his first with new wife Eudoxie Mbouguiengue.

The couple, who married over the Christmas holidays last year, announced they were expecting a baby in March.

And the pair are now the proud parents of a newborn daughter.

“She is here #blessed #grateful,” Eudoxie wrote on Instagram Thursday, capping off the message with hearts and smiley-face emojis.

The caption accompanied a picture of a balloon with the words “baby girl” written on it, alongside an eager dog looking out of the window with its paws resting on the ledge.

Ludacris also made a sweet announcement of their new arrival on the picture-sharing website.

He shared a throwback Thursday photo of Eudoxie with her mother, captioning the image: “#tbt now @eudoxiee will be switching places. #blessings #love #life”.

Ludacris already has two daughters from previous relationships, Cai, 18 months, and Karma, 13.

After dating since 2009, Ludacris decided to pop the question to Eudoxie after Christmas last year and they married the same day he proposed.

Ludacris has previously spoken about how much fatherhood means to him.

“As a strong black father, I just want to be there for my kids,” he told Rolling Out magazine. “It’s definitely about taking care of your responsibilities financially, but it’s also about spending time. Because you have a lot of people that just cut a check, but spending time is just as important as taking care of your responsibilities. I don’t think anyone is a perfect parent, but we do our best and we continue to learn. We think we’re teaching our children — we’re actually learning at the same time.”

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