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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Announces the Birth of Her Big Baby Boy

It finally happened — Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham are parents!

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The couple revealed that Huntington-Whiteley had given birth to a son with a sweet black and white photo of this baby’s hand on Instagram, and in the caption revealed his name. Spoiler alert: It’s perfect.

“Our little man arrived! Jack Oscar Statham – 8.8lbs on Saturday June 24th,” she wrote alongside emojis of a heart and an angel.

Also, can we talk about how he weighed 8.8 pounds? Oof. That is one healthy boy.

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Huntington-Whiteley and Statham have been together seven years, so their baby announcement wasn’t exactly a surprise, but since they let the public in on their secret, they’ve kept mostly to themselves. They were even careful to decorate for Huntington-Whiteley’s baby shower with gender-neutral colors so the public wouldn’t find out the baby’s sex from pictures on social media even though both Huntington-Whiteley and Statham (and, presumably, their close friends and family) have probably both known for months that they were expecting a boy.

Back in March, we heard from a source that they were getting ready for the baby’s arrival, but that’s about the only information we got until now. “Rosie and Jason are looking forward to becoming parents,” the insider said at the time. “They are starting to get their nursery together. They are just such a lovely couple and really in love.”

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That source also said that Huntington-Whiteley was taking careful care of herself to stay healthy throughout her pregnancy and that Statham was helping. “Rosie and Jason both still stay very active because fitness is important to them both,” the insider said. “She feels good overall.”

We’re so excited the little guy is finally here, and we hope his parents open up to the public a little more so we can watch him grow.

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