It’s a girl! That’s right, Alyssa Milano has given birth to her second child — a bouncing baby girl. Congrats, Alyssa! Click inside to find out the baby’s beautiful name!
Alyssa Milano, 41, has a new addition to the family — a daughter! The actress and her husband, David Bugliari, 33, are now the proud parents of two beautiful children. Their first child, Milo, 2, is officially a big brother. So exciting!
Alyssa Milano & David Bugliari Welcome Second Child Together
A bouncing baby girl has arrived!
Congratulations are in order for Alyssa and David who reportedly welcomed their second child (and first girl!)!
“Alyssa Milano and her husband David Bugliari welcome their new baby girl, Elizabella Dylan Bugliari, born September 4, 2014, 7 pounds, 7 ounces, 19 1/2 inches long,” a rep for the actress confirmed to HollywoodLife.com.
“Mommy and baby are doing wonderfully.”
Wow, what a gorgeous name they picked out for their little girl!
Alyssa and David, a CAA agent, tied the knot after one year of dating in August 2009. Two years later, they welcomed their first child Milo in August 2011.
Now, they’re parents once again to a beautiful baby girl!
Alyssa Announced She Was Having A Girl With Adorable Video
Once she was ready to share the news, Alyssa revealed that she was expecting a baby girl in one of the most adorable and creative ways.
The actress posted a video message to her fans saying, “I am expecting a little, sweet, baby girl! And David, Milo, and I could not be happier. Truly, we could not be happier!”
How sweet! And how awesome of Alyssa to be so open about her pregnancy with the people who support her.
In the video, Alyssa is glowing and looks so excited! We’re sure she is over the moon happy now that her newest bundle of joy has finally arrived.
Congratulations Alyssa, David, and Milo on the newest addition to your family!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Will this be the last child for Alyssa and David? Or do you think they’ll continue to expand their family? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Noelle Trainor