Alyssa Milano gave birth to a baby daughter today (04.09.14) and she and her husband David Bugliari have named the tot Elizabella Dylan Bugliari.
Alyssa Milano has given birth.
The 'Mistresses' star and her husband David Bugliari welcomed their second child into the world today (04.09.14), a representative for the couple has confirmed.
Alyssa and David have named the tot Elizabella Dylan Bugliari and she weighed in at a healthy 7 lbs, 7 oz.
The representative said: ''Mommy and baby are doing wonderfully.''
Alyssa and David already have three-year-old son Mile together.
During her pregnancy the 41-year-old actress said she always knew she was expecting a daughter because she had bad morning sickness and her other symptoms were different.
She said in the summer: ''I had morning sickness this time, but it went away right at 12 weeks. With Milo, I didn't have a minute of morning sickness. So I knew it was going to be a girl.''
Alyssa also revealed she was happy she waited until she was older to start a family because when she got pregnant with Milo she was totally ready for motherhood.
She said: ''I loved waiting a long time to be a mom. I'd had my ladies' lunches and my shopping days.
''When Milo finally came, I thought, 'This is what I've waited for my entire life.' I wish I could sleep more, but it's not like I wish there were other things I could be doing socially or for my own benefit. Because I really feel like he's completed me.''
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