Beckhams welcome their first baby girl, while Hudson and fiancé Matthew Bellamy of Muse became parents to baby boy.
By Jocelyn Vena
It was a big weekend for celebrity baby debuts. Two of Hollywood's biggest stars, Victoria Beckham and Kate Hudson, gave birth to their children over the weekend.
Kate Hudson and her fiancé Matthew Bellamy of the band Muse welcomed a baby boy. A rep for the actress confirmed the birth to People.com, saying that the couple "welcomed a healthy baby boy." The baby's name has not yet been announced.
It's the first child for the couple, but the second for the actress, who has a 7-year-old son, Ryder, with ex-husband and Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson.
Hudson had incorrectly predicted that the baby would be a girl and laughed that she's much more settled this time around when it comes to family. "This is a totally different pregnancy, completely," the actress said in April, according to Us magazine. "It couldn't be more opposite. ... With Ryder, I didn't even have a nursery. I didn't really have a house until I was seven months pregnant."
And Victoria Beckham and her superstar soccer player husband David Beckham added a baby girl to their already large family. Harper Seven was born Sunday morning. She's the couple's fourth child and first daughter.
"[The couple's sons] Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz are excited to welcome their new baby sister to the family," the couple's spokesperson Jo Milloy told People.com.
Earlier this year, the former Spice Girl announced, "Obviously, we're very lucky to be expecting again, and this is the first time I'm going to say it: It's a little girl." Her husband added, "We're still in shock. Obviously, having three boys, you kind of expect another one, so finding out a little girl is in there is surprising, but, obviously, we are over the moon. Our three boys are happy and excited."Related Artists