'Walking Dead' Star Alanna Masterson Gives Birth to First Child

by Desiree Murphy 9:48 AM PST, November 13, 2015
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Alanna Masterson is officially a mom!

The Walking Dead actress gave birth to her first child with her boyfriend, Brick Stowell. The baby's gender and name have yet to be announced.

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Masterson, who plays Tara Chambler on the AMC series, took to Instagram late Thursday to share the exciting news. "We did it. @brickstowell," the 27-year-old captioned a photo of her and Stowell locking lips.

On Friday, Stowell shared a photo of their baby's tiny foot up against one of his hands.


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Leading up to the birth of their little bundle of joy, the cute couple shared updates over the social media site.

"Been awake for days," Masterson captioned a snap of herself lying in bed with two bottle emojis.

Been awake for days. 🍼🍼

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Preparing for parenthood, Stowell posted a photo of himself inside the hospital wearing full-on scrubs.

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Masterson announced they were expecting in July, posting a photo of her baby bump to Instagram with the caption, "Guess what...πŸ‘ΆοΏ½οΏ½πŸ˜ @brickstowell."

Guess what...πŸ‘ΆπŸΌπŸ˜ @brickstowell

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Aside from Masterson's baby news, fans of her show were thrilled to learn that The Walking Dead was picked up for a seventh season late last month. The network also renewed the live after-show, Talking Dead, hosted by Chris Hardwick.

As ET previously reported, season six left fans with one big question: Will Glenn (Steve Yeun) still be around for the next season?

SPOILER ALERT! The beloved character was apparently killed off in a recent episode after being pinned underneath Nicholas' lifeless body and (apparently) devoured by a herd of walkers. ETonline's been digging for clues to prove he's still alive. Watch the video below to hear more.