Actress Amy Adams gives birth to an enchanting baby girl, Aviana Olea
Actress Amy Adams has given birth to a healthy baby girl.
The Oscar nominee, who has starred in films Enchanted, and Julie and Julia welcomed her daughter, who weighed in at a healthy seven pounds, over the weekend.
Adams and fiancé Darren Le Gallo have named their daughter Aviana Olea Le Gallo her spokesperson confirmed.
Proud parents: Amy Adams and fiancé Darren Le Gallo have named their new baby daughter Aviana Olea Le Gallo. Adams
Excited: Amy Adams looked ready to pop when seen earlier this month
According to Babynology.com, Aviana means 'bearer of good news' .
It’s also considered a female version of Avis - which is actually a latin word meaning bird.
The 35-year-old and her fiancé who was by her side during the delivery, are said to be thrilled with their first child.
'Everyone is doing well,' a source told the website.
'It's very exciting for Amy, Darren and their families.
'They have a large, extended family and all their brothers and sisters are relieved and thrilled that this moment has come for them both.'
The happy couple met in 2001 in an acting class and announced last December they were expecting their first baby.
Speaking about motherhood recently, Adams said: 'I think I really have to meet the person before I'm going to know the name, but I tend to be attracted to more traditional names.'
Shortly after announcing her pregnancy in December, the actress said she and Le Gallo planned to find out the sex of their baby on the way.
'I thought about waiting and I just don't think that's really my personality,' Adams said.
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