Miranda Kerr Gives Birth to Fourth Baby Boy -- Find Out His Name

Kerr and her husband, Evan Spiegel, are already parents of boys Myles and Hart. The model shares son Flynn with Orlando Bloom.

It's another boy for Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel!

On Tuesday, the model revealed that she and her husband welcomed their latest addition, and his name is Pierre.

"We are overjoyed by the arrival of our little ray of sunshine, Pierre Kerr Spiegel. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome our fourth son into our family. Feeling so very blessed 🙏👼🌈🌻," Kerr shared on Instagram.

The exciting announcement did not come with a picture of her son but rather a photo of a bouquet of flowers sitting behind a rolled-up baby blanket with his name. Adding extra cuteness was a pair of little yellow baby socks.

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Kerr's exciting news was shared by her brand, Kora Organics, who celebrated the news with a photo of the yellow socks and an adorable little sweater.

"We are filled with love and joy as we join in celebrating the arrival of our founder @mirandakerr’s 4th precious baby boy. Sending endless congratulations and warm wishes to her growing family! Welcome to the world, Pierre 🌻💛✨," the post read.

Of course, the news was shared on her husband's social media platform, Snapchat. 

Little Pierre joins his big brothers, Hart and Myles -- whom Kerr shares with Spiegel. The former Victoria's Secret model is also the mother of Flynn, 13, whom she shares with her ex-husband, Orlando Bloom. 

Kerr, 40, revealed in September that she was pregnant with baby no. 4. 

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On Snapchat, the model posed for a photo outside and showed off her baby bump.

"So excited to announce baby number 4," she wrote. "And it's a boy." 

In January, Kerr shared a hilarious video of her lounging on the couch eating snacks to a sound that says "Right now I'm not depressed, I'm just having a break from slaying." 

Kerr captioned the post, "POV you're in your third trimester." 

Last year, Kerr opened up about motherhood and how she and Spiegel are leading by example with their work ethic. 

"Being a mother, there's that constant mother guilt that you feel where you're like, 'Oh, I could always do so much more,'" she told Harper's Bazaar. "But I also think there's another side to that where it's important for our children to see us have a strong work ethic and teach them the value of work and earning their own living."


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