Ali Fedotowsky Welcomes Daughter — Find Out the Baby’s Name!
Ali Fedotowsky is a mom!
The Bachelorette Season 6 welcomed her first child, a daughter, with fiancé Kevin Manno on Wednesday, July 6 at 8:22 a.m. She weighed a healthy 7 pounds, 6 ounces and measured a tall 22 inches! And now we're getting to see lots of adorable photos from the new parents!
"This little angel is not even a day old and is already our entire world," Ali tells Us Weekly.
The reality star also revealed the baby's name to be Molly Sullivan Manno, which she says has a very special meaning for both her and Kevin.
"Molly Sullivan is named after two very important women in our lives," the 31-year-old details. "My late-grandmother, Molly Fedotowsky, and Kevin's late-grandmother, Eva Sullivan, will both live on in our little girl."
Welcome to the world Molly Sullivan Manno. Born at 8:22am on 7/6/2016 weighing 7lbs 6oz and measuring 22 inches long. You are absolutely beautiful and perfect in every way. @KevinManno & I love you more than we will ever be able to put in words. Thank you for making me a mommy. (Named after our late grandmothers Molly Fedotowsky and Eva Sullivan) by @valoriedarling More details on www.UsWeekly.com Thank you @usweekly !!!
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While Ali and Kevin said they admire people who wait to find out the baby's sex, they explained they wanted to know ahead of time. The new parents found out they were having a baby girl at 11 weeks with a blood test. They also prepped the gorgeous nursery ahead of time, designed by Vanessa Antonelli.
Ali has looked incredible throughout her pregnancy and lucky for us fans, she's blogged about it along the way. She even updated us when she knew she'd be giving birth ahead of her original July 14 due date.
Just one day before the former E! News correspondent gave birth, she wrote, "My belly has certainly dropped and my doctor feels confident that we won’t make it until 40 weeks. Eeppp! I am so excited. I can’t imagine what it will feel like to see her and hold her for the first time."
Congratulations to the new parents. Keep the baby pics coming!