Kellie Martin, Husband

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UPDATE: Kellie's rep tells E! News, "Olivia James Christian was born Saturday, February 13th at 7 lbs 15 oz, 20 inches long. Both the baby and Kellie are doing well and adjusting to life as a family of four."

Kellie Martin's second pregnancy has come to a beautiful end!

The Life Goes On star has welcomed her second child, a beautiful baby girl named Olivia James Christian, with husband Keith Christian. Martin surprised fans with a debut of her precious baby girl through a photo on Twitter earlier today, with the simple caption, "She's finally here!"

Included with the short message was a sweet photograph of her newborn baby being smiled upon by her older sister, Margaret Christian, and yes, your hearts will absolutely melt. 

Kellie Martin, Instagram


The happy news comes after the actress documented her final days of pregnancy on social media. As it turns out, she was more than honest with her fans about cravings and just wanting to welcome her newest family member already.

"When late pregnancy meets Girl Scout cookie season," she shared on Twitter. "Sent my husband out for some @Doritos #40weekspreggo #SB50." She added, "I'm not grumpy that I'm 40+ weeks pregnant. I swear."

Back in September, the Hollywood star recognized for her roles in ER and Mystery Woman announced she was expanding her family.

"Sit down, this is shocking. I'm having a baby!" the owner of ROMP boutique shared on an episode of Hallmark Channel's Home & Family. "I said that to my husband the other day, 'I'm 20 weeks. I'm five months pregnant!' He's like, 'You just realized that?' I'm like, 'I did the math.'"

As for what the couple's daughter thinks of the new family member, something tells us she's more than ready to be a big sister.

"She took the news really, really well," Kellie explained. "I told her way earlier than I expected too because I was so sick that I didn't want her to think there was something wrong with Mommy."

Congratulations to the entire family on their big news!

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