HGTV's Sabrina Soto Welcomes a Baby Girl—See Her Adorable Debut!

Plus, find out her daughter's name!

By Bruna Nessif Nov 04, 2015 11:43 PMTags
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Congratulations are in order for Sabrina Soto!

E! News has exclusively learned that the HGTV High/Low Project host has given birth to a beautiful baby girl. And as for the little bundle of joy's name? Well, it's just the cutest—Olivia Gray! Soto and her partner Steve Grevemberg welcomed Olivia in Los Angeles on Monday, and she came in weighing 6 pounds and 2 ounces.

Soto recently revealed on social media that she was counting down the moments until she went into labor, and even had her mom come over to help pass out Halloween candy in case her water broke.

"Mom came by to help us hand out candy, in case I go into labor. We threw this witch look together last minute (got the hat at the 99cent store!)," she wrote on Instagram with a festive pic.

Sabrina Soto

When it came to picking baby names, there was definitely some back and forth between her and Steve. "He isn't into the idea of naming the baby after any of the characters from The Golden Girls—even though it's my most favorite show ever—so it's back to the drawing board," the Cuban lifestyle expert told Momtastic back in June.

And while it's no surprise that the baby's nursery is probably out of this world (because hello, look at who the designer is), Soto also shared that she had to start all over because her hunch was wrong.

"As soon as I found out that I was pregnant, I started to design the nursery because I was confident I was having a boy. Of course, I was completely wrong!"

But now, she's ready to go headfirst into this new journey called motherhood. However, she's still willing to get some advice. "To trust my instinct," she responded when asked about the best parenting advice she received. "I know I'm still going to need more advice when the baby arrives and I am all ears. Pile on the tips, please!"

LOL, congrats Sabrina!

Plus, watch Nick Carter find out the sex of his baby!

—Reporting by Noelia Murphy