The world now has one more adoarable little dancer!

By Melissa Willets
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Congratulations to So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley, who has welcomed her first child with husband Patrick Kielty.

According to the Daily Mail, the couple's son was born last week, but the star waited to take to Twitter to share her happy news until Tuesday, writing: "Beyond delighted to announce the birth of our baby boy last week. All doing well & we couldn't be happier... 3 really is the magic number!"

Deeley opted to keep her baby's sex a secret until yesterday, and no word yet on the little guy's name. The 39-year-old first time mom first announced her pregnancy on Twitter as well, posting "Exciting news.... Paddy and I are so happy to be expecting our first child in the Spring..... Lucky us."

Since then, the stunning star has been aspirational with her pregnancy fashion choices, from everyday casual wear, to the golden gown she shimmied down the Emmys red carpet in last year. Deeley admitted at the awards show that being pregnant hadn't been too tough on her body, telling E!, "I'm all actually fine. I'm not too bad at all. I'm looking forward though to this week being over so I don't have to wear high heels for a long time."

Hey Cat, if you think wearing heels while you're pregnant is challenging, try tottering around in stilettos with a toddler! It's a feat I attempted this past weekend during a dinner out, and let's just say between chasing after her, and carrying her when she got too tired to run away from me, my tootsies are still recovering! A word of advice: Invest in cute flats now that you're a mama!

Melissa Willets is a writer/blogger and a mom. Follow her on Twitter (@Spitupnsuburbs), where she chronicles her love of exercising and drinking coffee, but never simultaneously.


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December 4, 2018
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