Miranda Kerr Welcomes Baby Boy With Billionaire Husband Evan Spiegel

Find out his too-cute name here.

Aussie model Miranda Kerr and husband Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel have welcomed their first child together.

The baby, a boy, was born at about 11.50pm on Wednesday May 10 at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles.

In a touching move, the supermodel and the Snapchat co-founder have reportedly named their newborn after Spiegel’s grandfather Hart Hunter Spiegel, a prominent San Francisco lawyer. Very sweet.

Their new bundle of joy arrived a year after Kerr, 35, and Spiegel, 27, tied the knot. The intimate backyard wedding at their Brentwood, LA mansion was attended by just 50 guests and reportedly cost $16 million.

The ex-Victoria's Secret Angel chatted to KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O back in 2015 about how she and billionaire CEO Spiegel first crossed paths.

And it's just the kind of low-key romantic encounter we expect from the down-to-earth beauty. 

“We met... at a dinner in New York City for Louis Vuitton and we kind of became friends very slowly and then we started dating, I guess.” 

The newlyweds announced in November that they were expecting a sibling for Flynn, 7, the KORA Organics skincare founder's son with ex-husband and actor Orlando Bloom.

“We’re just really excited to expand our family,” Miranda told US Weekly. Young Flynn is no doubt thrilled to have a new playmate in his baby brother.

Spiegel and a pregnant Kerr in LA on February 8, 2018. Image: Getty.

While her first pregnancy was smooth sailing things weren't quite the same with babe number two, Kerr told the magazine. “I have been getting hormonal headaches, which I never got with Flynn,” she revealed.

“Apparently, my doctor said [with] the second pregnancy, your hormones kind of kick in a little stronger because they’re like, ‘Oh, yeah. I know what’s happening. I know what to do.’ So that’s probably why.” But we know it was all worth it when she held her new little boy in her arms.

Congratulations to the new parents, and welcome to the world Hart!

Feature image: Getty.