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Rose ‘in love’ with new son

Published 22/02/2013

Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose gushed via Twitter about how in love she is with her newborn son Sebastian that she shares with rapper fiancé Wiz Khalifa.

The model and her rapper fiancé Wiz Khalifa welcomed their baby boy into the world on Thursday.

Amber is happy to have a new man to care for in her life and is elated with motherhood thus far.

“Happy Birthday to our baby boy Sebastian ‘The Bash’ Taylor Thomaz!” she wrote on Twitter.

“I'm so happy u guys I fell in love all over again! :-)”

Wiz is delighted about his new role as parent too.

The joy of seeing his son everyday fills the musician with mirth.

"I'm just looking forward to always havin' that little guy waitin' for me at home," Wiz told MTV News.

"He's always going to be here for the rest of my life. So no matter what's goin' on, no matter what my day is like, I'm always going to have him."

A number of celebrities have extended their congratulations to the couple, including hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons.

Wiz’s longtime collaborator and friend producer DJ Bonics is overcome with emotion over the new arrival.

"Seriously having a moment even though I ain't with Wiz. I'm feeling emotional about Wiz & Amber. He is a great man. True to his work & woman," DJ Bonics tweeted.

Wiz has been open about the baby’s arrival within the past few days.

He posted on Instagram Tuesday a picture of a fetal monitor along with the words “Coming soon...”

Earlier in the day on Thursday Wiz shared an image of himself in physician’s scrubs with the caption reading “Daddy Time.”

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