September 25th, 2012
09:47 AM ET
Baby arrives for Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr.
The wait is over for proud parents Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr.
Their newest family member, a baby boy, has made his arrival, a rep for Gellar confirms.
The 35-year-old actress revealed she was expecting over the summer, and a source close to the couple shared that they were excited for their 3-year-old daughter, Charlotte, to have a little brother.
“They love their little girl more than anything in the world and know that love will only multiply," the source said.
Gellar and Prinze Jr., 36, wed in Mexico in 2002.
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another serious couple... my respect all the way
Personally I've had it up to here with all the stupid names parents in Hollywood give their children.....Apple for starters is a fruit, not a name.
Something simple like Benjamin Andrew Prinze please.....nothing that is going to require the child more therapy than they are already going to require being in a famous family and not have to ask their parents what on earth they were thinking or on when they named them.
Sarah and Freddie congrats on the little bundle. You have my full permission to use my son's names: Aidan Thomas Matthew (leaving his last name out).
Honestly LauraB.. I don't know why you're sick and tired of OTHER people's Baby names.. It ain't your friggin kid and why should you even worry about it... Move on to more important things sweetie then someone else using a name on the baby they carried and gave birth to.
Yay! Finally stars I LIKE and enjoy watching are procreating and I can be genuinely happy for them! Yay!
My children and I love you both, you're so much fun to watch ply your trade. Thanks for the laughs and the entertainment.
Congratulations on your new baby!
My money is in the pool at work for them to name him Xander.
I suppose that would be better than 'Scooby' or 'Shaggy'.
Aw, where's your sense of adventure, RZ70? Norville Prinz sounds great!