Alyssa Milano And Husband David Bugliari Welcome Second Child Together
The 41 year-old star welcomed a baby daughter on Thursday (Sept 4th), and named her Elizabella Dylan Bugliari.
American singer/actress Alyssa Milano is now a mother of two. The 41 year-old star and her husband David Bugliari welcomed a baby daughter into the world on Thursday (Sept 4th), and named her Elizabella Dylan Bugliari.
Milano gave birth to a baby girl on Thursday (Sept 4th)
The new addition, who is now a younger sister to the couple's 3 year-old son Milo, weighed in at 7 lbs., 7 oz., and measured 19.5 inches long, Milano's rep confirmed to People Magazine, who added, "Mommy and baby are doing wonderfully."
The 'Mistresses' actress announced her pregnancy news back in March in a post on her official website, accompanied by a picture of a bundle-carrying stork. "We are so happy to share with you that Milo is going to be a big brother!" she wrote at the time.
When Milo was only four months-old, Milano spoke with Parents magazine about what it was like seeing her new-born for the first time.
"The moment I laid eyes on him, my heart tripled in size. He's sweet, patient, and smiley. My mom calls him a rose bud. Each day he blooms and grows more," she said. "The first few weeks of being a mom were profound, not just emotionally but also, physically, all the changes you instinctually go through are miraculous. Everything is so new and scary. I ran the gamut of emotions."
The 'Who's the Boss?' star also spoke out about the tough journey women go through to achieve their pre-pregnancy body after giving birth.
Milano and Bugliari are already parents to a 3 year-old boy
"A female body is not made to look good in a bikini. It's made to give birth and have a baby and be a cozy companion for it afterward," she told Fit Pregnancy earlier this year. "And for my body, that meant putting on a lot of weight."
"I didn't indulge in fast food or junk food, so I knew it was a healthy weight," she added. "I just realized: This is what my body needs to do to have a healthy baby."
Congratulations to the family!