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Mazel Tov! Bar Refaeli and Husband Welcome Baby Girl

Congratulations are in order for Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli and her husband Adi Ezra! The two welcomed their first child, baby girl Liv Ezra, on Thursday at Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital.

Jerusalem Post reports that the baby was born healthy weighing in at 7 pounds.

The couple, who tied the knot in a low key ceremony in 2015, announced they were expecting back in January, sharing sweet snaps of Refaeli’s growing baby bump along the way.

You can come out now .. I’m ready. And heavy.

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It’s difficult to hug these days. #StuckInTheMiddle

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I want to marry you. Everyday. All over again. ?

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Welcome to the world little Liv Ezra!

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