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Kimora Lee Simmons delivered 11 pound son Wolfe ‘all natural, no drugs’

Kimora Lee Simmons shared the amazing details on how she gave birth to her “11 pounder” son, Wolfe Lee, using no drugs and having an all-natural delivery.

Designer and model Kimora Lee Simmons welcomed her fourth child, her first with husband Tim Leissner, and she shared the details on her natural birth of her 11 pound (yes, 11 pound!) baby.

She posted the first photo of baby Wolfe in an Instagram post:

“My fourth delivery was definitely the most challenging — all natural and with no drugs!” she told “It really shows that moms-to-be have the power to deliver any way they choose. Choice is what’s most important for women — across the board.”

The 39-year-old has two daughters with ex-husband Russell Simmons (Ming, 15, and Aoki, 12) and a 5-year-old son named Kenzo with ex-boyfriend Djimon Hounsou.

“Wolfe Lee is finally here! After an all natural, intimate, beautiful, long birth!” she captioned the sweet photo, which shows her son nestled in her arms. “He’s everything we thought he would be and MORE! I am so grateful to my amazing husband for all of his support and love through it all. He never left my side! It wasn’t easy, but we did it!”

She also made sure to include a thanks to the nurse who helped her with her all-natural delivery. “Thank you also to my special ‘nurse Maureen’ and team that helped get this 11 pounder OUT of me!” she wrote.

As far as the unique name, Simmons hasn’t revealed why they picked this particular moniker for her fourth child. Wolfe has English origins and, very appropriately, means “wolf.”

The model mom remains close to her ex-husband Simmons and Hounsou. She posted this photo of Hounsou posing with their son Kenzo, as well as her daughters Ming and Aoki on her Instagram page.

It sounds like more babies may be on her horizon, as she tweeted, “maybe” when a fan tweeted, “I need you to have one more baby.”

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