'Jersey Shore' Star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro Reveals His Baby Girl's Name

Ronnie Ortiz-Magro arrives at the 'Jersey Shore Family Vacation' Premiere Party
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The 32-year-old reality star and his girlfriend welcomed their first child together on April 3.

Ronnie Ortiz-Magro's newborn girl has a name!

The Jersey Shore star and girlfriend Jen Harley have named their baby girl Ariana Sky, according to US Weekly. And while it has taken two weeks for the name reveal, it sounds like the couple already had it in mind before they even conceived her.

“When we first started dating in the beginning, we’d joke around saying, ‘What if we had a kid? It’d be crazy and good looking!’ And we’d say, ‘What would we name it?’ We joked that we liked Ariana,” he told the magazine. “When she found out she was pregnant, we looked at each other and we’re like, ‘Guess we’re naming the baby Ariana if it’s a girl.’ Next thing you know, we find out the gender and we’re like, ‘Guess so!’”

ET has reached out to Ortiz-Magro for comment.

Ariana is the couple's first child together. Harley also has an 11-year-old son from a previous relationship.

The couple first announced they were pregnant in December, which was followed by a sweet gender reveal photo on Instagram a month later.

The couple seems to have a good handle on the early days of baby duty, with Ortiz-Magro telling Us Weekly that they're trying to maximize their sleep by working in shifts.

“We figure it’s like a job and you have shifts as a job,” he said. “I’m an early bird! I like to go to bed early, wake up early. I go to bed around 11 and wake up at, like, 3. Then she’ll sleep until 9. I’ll watch the baby through then, then I’ll go about my day – whether it’s gym, tan or laundry. Then when I get back, she’ll handle her errands. We take turns. We’re a tag team – I tag her in, she tags me out.” 

As for taking their relationship to the next level, Ortiz-Magro has said that they're not quite ready for marriage yet, saying it is "a big pressure on some people."

"You put that word marriage on a relationship and it makes everything so much more tense, and so much more, you know," he said in April. "It's, like, if I love you, you love me, let's enjoy our lives. We had a good time before, let's have a good time after. We don't need that. If you need a title to represent your relationship, then you shouldn't be together."

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