Lauren Conrad and William Tell Welcome Their First Child Together

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"He's here! We're so excited to welcome Liam James Tell into the world", the caption reads.

Conrad, 31, revealed on New Year's Day that she and Tell, 37, were starting their family.

According to People, Lauren Conrad and William Tell welcomed a baby boy, Liam James, on July 5, 2017. "Mom, Dad and baby are doing well".

"What a ideal way to start our lives together; surrounded by the people we love most", the couple told Us Weekly in an exclusive statement at the time.

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After the photo controversy, CNN fired her from hosting duties on the channel's annual New Year's Eve program. The Secret Service is a federal law enforcement agency under the direction of the U.S.

Conrad also announced the news via a (very, very adorable) Instagram. The two married in September 2014.

Lauren announced her pregnancy earlier this year, when she shared a tear-jerking photograph of a baby scan with her 6.1 million Instagram followers.

The Laguna Beach, California native had shared the news she was having a boy in an Instagram post on June 2. Their dogs, however, have mixed feelings about the new addition: "Chloe and Fitz aren't so sure".

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