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Lauren Conrad has given birth to baby boy!

Lauren Conrad has given birth to baby boy!

According to People, Lauren Conrad and William Tell welcomed a baby boy, Liam James, on July 5, 2017.

It's thought baby Liam James was born yesterday, and the new parents say their little boy is doing well. "We're already in love", the couple said in a statement to the publication. She posted a photo of cross-stitch wall hanging which shows Lauren, husband Will, their two dogs and their newborn baby.

Lauren Conrad has given birth to her first child.

However, their dogs are still adjusting to the new member of the family, as the duo joked: "Chloe and Fitz aren't so sure..."

The couple, who married in September 2014, shared the exciting news on Instagram last night in the most darling, crafty and perfectly filtered way, natch.

Lauren posted about the arrival of her baby boy on Instagram late Wednesday night. The reality TV star broke the news on Instagram as she shared a photo of a sweet needlepoint of her happy family. And also considering how fashion-forward and crafty she is, Conrad is bound to share a perfectly posed snapshot.

Liam James was approximately 6 lbs. of weight as per a report from People.

We can't wait to see this kid's epically LC-designed nursery.

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