The model-actress and retired tennis pro welcomed their first child.

By Caitlin St John
October 05, 2015
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It's a boy for Brooklyn Decker, 28, and former-tennis-pro hubby Andy Roddick, 33. The first-time parents welcomed their baby last week in Austin, TX, Us Weekly reported.

The pair, who has been married since 2009, has not yet revealed the baby's name. In May, Roddick told People that the name was still up for debate. "We're open to any and all suggestions," he said. "We're going to figure it out as we go."

Here's hoping the couple has since come to an agreement!

Decker first announced that the couple was expecting a new addition on Instagram in early May. "So this happened... #the3ofus," the model-actress captioned a photo showing off her just-barely-there bump.

Brooklyn Decker via Instagram

Decker has kept her fans up to date on social media, and has been very open about the changes she experienced throughout her pregnancy.

"My butt has just folded itself into my belly. And my boobs are officially resting on my gut. We're in the homestretch, y'all," she captioned a photo last month.

Brooklyn Decker via Instagram

She even acknowledged that hormones were messing with her complexion. "Pregnancy hormones are effin' awesome. #acne #hairyface," Decker wrote.

Brooklyn Decker via Instagram

Congrats to the new parents!

Caitlin St John is an Editorial Assistant for who splits her time between New York City and her hometown on Long Island. Follow her on Twitter: @CAITYstjohn.

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