The happy couple are now parent to a healthy baby daughter, who weighed in at 6 lbs., 11 oz.
Eva Amurri, the daughter of Hollywood legend Susan Sarandon, is now a mother. The 29 year-old actress and her husband Kyle Martino welcomed their first child into the world together on Saturday (Aug 9th).
Amurri and Martino welcomed their daughter into the world on Saturday
The couple's newborn daughter, Marlowe Mae Martino, weighed in at 6 lbs., 11 oz. Amurri and her NBC Sports broadcaster husband "are thrilled and enjoying the new addition to their family," their rep confirmed to People Magazine.
"Can't believe I'm a dad!!! @4EvaMartino and I are over the moon in love with our little girl Marlowe. #Love," Martino tweeted to announce the exciting news. The new mother also posted, "What a weekend! @kylemartino are thrilled to announce the arrival of our sweet baby girl! Mama and Daddy love you a zillion, Marlowe Mae."
Not only is this the pair's first child, but it also makes Sarandon a grandmother for the first time as well, and the 67 year-old actress spoke highly of her family's latest addition in a recent interview with Time Out New York.
"I feel a little like I did when I was pregnant. You go about physically dealing with it and rationally dealing with it, but there's some part of your brain that can't wrap itself around this idea that your child, that your daughter, is going to have a daughter," she said. "I mean, it's just so beautiful and huge."
Sarandon has become a grandmother for the first time
Sarandon also took to social media to announce the arrival of Marlowe to the world, tweeting, "So happy to share the birth of my granddaughter, Marlowe Mae Martino on 8/9. @4EvaMartino and baby perfect, strong, present, beautiful."
Congratulations to Amurri and Martino!
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