Ali Fedotwosky gave birth to her first child, a baby girl, on Wednesday, ET can confirm. She and fiance Kevin Manno have decided to name their daughter Molly Sullivan Manno after their late grandmothers, Molly Fedotowsky and Eva Sullivan.
"Welcome to the world Molly Sullivan Manno. Born at 8:22am on 7/6/2016 weighing 7lbs 6oz and measuring 22 inches long," Fedotowsky captioned the first Instagram pic of her baby girl on Thursday. "You are absolutely beautiful and perfect in every way. @KevinManno & I love you more than we will ever be able to put in words. Thank you for making me a mommy."
Judging by a cute bikini snap the 31-year-old Bachelorette season six star posted on Instagram on Monday, she was ready to pop at any second! Her due date was originally set for July 14th.
"Last Fourth of July, @kevinmanno and I decided we wanted to have a baby and grow our little family. Here we are one year later, just days away from meeting our daughter," she captioned the sweet pic of the couple with their dog. "I feel so lucky."
"My belly has certainly dropped and my doctor feels confident we won't make it until 40 weeks," she also shared on her blog. "Eeppp! I am so excited! I can't imagine what it will feel like to see her and hold her for the first time!"
"We were super excited. We found the most amazing location and villa that would allow our entire family to stay with us. Then, all the news broke about the Zika virus and we had to cancel," Fedotowsky told The Knot. "It was such a huge disappointment. Even though we won't be pregnant when we get married, we just didn't think it was fair to ask our guests to travel to a location with active Zika virus transmissions… Most of our friends are in 'baby mode,' and that just wasn’t a fair ask."
Still, the big day is definitely coming! Fedotowsky said she doesn't think she'll televise her wedding unlike past Bachelor and Bachelorette couples.
"No one has asked us to get married on live TV, but I don't think we would do that,” she noted. "It seems too stressful to me. Kevin [a radio and television host] and I have both done enough live television to know that so many things can go wrong!"