Liv Tyler Welcomes Baby Boy

Congratulations to Liv Tyler and Dave Gardner on their new addition!

 

Liv Tyler has welcomed her second baby according to her rep. 

The baby boy is Liv's first child with her boyfriend Dave Gardner. 

'He’s healthy and everyone is very happy,' the spokesperson said. His name has not yet been revealed.

On Wednesday, the 37-year-old actress gave birth six weeks early and will "need to remain in the hospital for some time."

Between the couple, they now have three boys. Liv has 10-year-old Milo from her marriage to Royston Langdon, and David has seven-year-old son Grey from his marriage to Davinia Taylor.

According to Vouge, Kate Moss is the favorite to be the baby's godmother. 

She's a long-term friend of sports and entertainment manager Gardner, and reportedly introduced him to Tyler last summer.

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