"He's here! We're so excited to welcome Liam James Tell into the world!" the 31 year old said via Instagram on Wednesday (July 5th). "Happy New Year! I have a feeling 2017 is going to be the best year yet..." she captioned on Instagram.
Conrad, also known as LC, shared an adorable photo on her Instagram to announce the newborn's arrival and shared that she and her husband of 3 years had chose to call the little one Liam.
First lady introduces Trump, visits science center in Warsaw
Mr Trump has a history of awkward handshakes ever since he refused German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Oval Office offer in March. Leaving someone hanging in a handshake can be embarrassing but it's a common mistake that often happens during meet-and-greets.
It's thought baby Liam James was born yesterday, and the new parents say their little boy is doing well.
Her former on-screen bestie, Whitney Port, is also expecting her first child. The former reality TV star has shared that she felt lucky and loved to be around with these kinds of people.
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India, meanwhile, says 38,000 square kilometers (15,000 square miles) of the Aksai Chin plateau belongs to it. There was no mention of a bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping as was being speculated.
We're so over the moon for Lauren Conrad and her husband William Tell. Lauren wrote next to a sweet cross-stitch showing their family - mom Lauren, dad William, baby Liam, and the family's two dogs. "They spoiled me with a attractive shower today", she wrote on Instagram. Since then, their fans and followers had kept their eye on the couple until such time that Conrad has given birth to their son.
And it seems the fashion designer finally got her wish to have a son. "I see our lives changing", she previously told People. News, a source has revealed that baby Liam's first name is a shortened version of his father's moniker, William.
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On the contrary, millions would lose coverage they would get under current law, according to multiple independent estimates . Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, suggested it may take some time before McConnell can win enough support for the GOP legislation.