Ashley Greene’s little one is here.
The “Twilight” star, 35, gave birth to her and husband Paul Khoury’s first baby — a girl — on Friday.
“And just like that – everything changed. In a single moment, you came into our world and everything else faded away. Nothing else mattered. The love we’re engulfed in cannot be explained, only felt in the deepest of ways. We love you so much baby girl. Welcome to our world,” the actress wrote on Instagram Monday.
She concluded her post by revealing the name of their daughter: Kingsley Rainn Khoury.
Her husband shared the same post and caption on his own Instagram page.
Greene debuted her baby bump in a March Instagram post gushing over Khoury.
“I love you more than I’ve ever loved anything and somehow my heart just keeps expanding to love you EVEN more,” she captioned black-and-white photos of the Australian TV personality, 33, holding an ultrasound shot.
“I cannot wait to watch you share your light, love, and passion with our baby,” the then-expectant star went on to write.
As for Khoury, the poker commentator thanked his wife for giving him “the best gift in the world.”
He wrote, “I find it so amazing that we can make life through love. I’ve never been more in love with you and I’m so ready for this next chapter in our lives.”
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The couple, who wed in July 2018, were “f–king psyched” to become parents, Khoury went on to tell his Instagram followers in April.
By June, Greene’s budding belly had “popped.”
She shared a baby bump update via Instagram at the time, noting, “A stretchy LBD is my best friend.”
Prior to announcing her pregnancy, the “One Shot” star spoke to People about her and Khoury’s “definite” plans to start a family.
“My husband and I are both kind of like, ‘It’s going to happen,’” she explained in February. “And trust me, we’re at the point where both of our parents are hinting, and they’re like, ‘OK, we’re ready. You guys have been married a couple of years now.’”
Greene noted that while her life often moved in “hyper-speed,” she was ready to slow down and “find that moment.”
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