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Naya Rivera and husband 'welcome baby boy'

Published 30/09/2015

Naya Rivera
Naya Rivera

Actress Naya Rivera and her husband Ryan Dorsey reportedly welcomed a healthy son in August (15).

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Glee's Naya Rivera has given birth to a healthy baby boy, claims a source.

The actress and her husband Ryan Dorsey announced via Twitter they were expecting in February (15). Now it's been reported their little bundle of joy safely made it into the world in August (15).

"They are so excited to be first-time parents," an insider told Us Weekly. "It was a very easy pregnancy and birth."

The 28-year-old beauty has been with Ryan since shortly after her split from ex-fiancé Big Sean in April 2014. They married in July that same year and just as quickly as their love blossomed, the two have taken to parenthood.

"Naya was born to be a mother and is doing really great so far," a friend smiled. "And Ryan has amazing paternal instincts and has been waiting on them both hand and foot."

That's despite the fact neither of them were actively trying to conceive when they found out they had a little one on the way.

In an entry for People.com’s Moms & Babies blog, Naya joked that tequila drinking was the key for starting their little family.

“My husband Ryan and I weren’t exactly trying, but we weren’t not trying to conceive when I found out we were pregnant,” she wrote. “I mean, I may have been spotted yelling to my fellow Glee cast mates in our final days of shooting before winter break that I was going to ‘switch to tequila all month to try to get knocked up’ - but nevertheless, it was a surprise when it actually worked.”

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