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Actress Jamie King welcomes a baby boy

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Actress Jamie King welcomes a baby boy

The 'Hart Of Dixie' actress and her husband Kyle Newman have announced on Instagram that they welcomed their second son last week.

Congratulations to the actress and her husband on the birth of their new baby boy. 

Jaime wrote on Instagram: "We are SO happy to welcome to the world our new baby boy! Born Thursday, July 16th! Xx."

The couple already have a 21-month-old son James Knight together. 

They did not reveal the baby's name and Jaime revealed last month that they had settled on part of the baby's moniker, but were looking for something "classic and eclectic" to complement the first name.

She said: "I know the first part. We just have to decide on the second part. Names are never easy, you don't want something to be too Hollywood and out there.

"I want my child to feel strong in life and in business and what they do, but it's still romantic at the same time ... It's not easy, but I like classic and eclectic mixed together so it's a bit of both of my worlds at the same time."

No doubt Jaime's close pal Taylor Swift will also be celebrating, as the actress revealed in March that she had chosen Taylor as godmother to the tot.

She said: "It was really because of her morals and her values and the way that she treats people and how hard-working she is and her family and how close she is to them."


We are SO happy to welcome to the world our new baby boy! Born Thursday, July 16th! Xx

A photo posted by Jaime King (@jaime_king) on Jul 20, 2015 at 2:11pm PDT

Story: ©BANG Showbiz.

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