Howard Stern was back to discussing one of his favorite topics his morning: twin girls. This time, though, the context wasn't nearly as titillating as usual.
The shock jock was entrusted by pals Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell to deliver the happy news via his Sirius radio show this morning that the couple is celebrating the birth of twin girls.
Shortly after Stern's announcement, the couple's publicist, Lewis Kay, told E! News that Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip were born Dec. 28, and both the parents and newborns are "all home and doing well."
These are the first children for Romijn, 36, and O'Connell, 34. Romijn said in August that she would name one baby after Dolly Parton; the other was named in honor of O'Connell's bro, Charlie.
In October, the new parents bowed out of attending pal Stern's New York nuptials to Beth Ostrosky after Romijn was placed on partial bed rest.