By Sherry Huang

Molly Sims, the model-actress, and her husband, movie producer Scott Stuber, welcomed their second child, a daughter named Scarlett May, yesterday. Sims shared her joyous baby announcement -- along with an adorable photo -- on her website and her social media pages:

We welcome Scarlett May Stuber into our family.

Our hearts are bigger with you here.

Scarlett May joins her big brother Brooks Alan, who's 2-years-old. Sims first announced her pregnancy in September, with a super-cute photo of her and Brooks holding chalkboard signs.

Speaking to FitPregnancy in January, Sims opened up about her struggles with breastfeeding, and the possibility of having a vaginal birth after having a C-section the first time. She also praised her husband for his support, "I always knew Scott would be an amazing father and we became a team very early on." She also shared her belief in the importance of setting boundaries as a parent.

In another interview with, Sims talked about her just-released book, The Everyday Supermodel, which offers practical beauty and fashion advice. At the time, Sims didn't know if she was having a boy or girl yet (she later revealed she was having a girl), but she shared her nervousness and anticipation for baby #2, "I hope I love it as much as I love Brooks, but then I never thought I could love Brooks this much. Everyone says another one is a game-changer, but I guess I'm ready. Bring it on. You know? I've waited so long..."

Congratulations to the second-time parents!

Sherry Huang is a Features Editor for She loves collecting children's picture books and has an undeniable love for cookies of all kinds. Her spirit animal would be Beyoncé Pad Thai. Follow her on Twitter @sherendipitea.

Photo of Molly Sims and Scott Stuber via DFree /

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December 3, 2018
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