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Robyn Lawley is a model mom!

The Sports Illustrated beauty revealed (in the cutest way ever, by the way) that she has welcomed an adorable baby with her longtime love Everest Schmidt. Lawley took to Instagram to share an adorable black and white photo of her hand holding the precious little hand of her new bundle of joy.

Her IG post didn't offer any details on the couple's new addition, but there was a Facebook announcement that revealed a bit more—like the fact that they had a girl (!) and what they chose to name their little princess.

Robyn Lawley

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"CONGRATULATIONS! Robyn Lawley and Everest Schmidt welcomed the arrival of their new beautiful healthy baby girl Ripley on Thursday 26th Feb," the post, which was retweeted by Lawley on Twitter, read.

"The new family are doing great, everyone is healthy, happy and looking forward to spending quiet time with their precious new little human. Ripley is just the epitome of contented perfection, big big love guys XXX."

Lawley admitted that her pregnancy was unplanned during an in-depth interview with Cosmopolitan, and explained, "I still think planned pregnancies are better for society or [for parents to have] a deep want of the child.

"There's so many deciding factors [in having a child], but my main reason was that I chose Everest as my life partner years ago. He and I discussed kids often, so although it was sooner than we thought, we always knew we would have one together. I just had to decide if 25 was OK to do it."

She added at the time, "I'm so excited to have the baby, and see her or him smile. I hope I'm a good mom. I'm scared. But I hope."

Congratulations to the family!

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