Last we checked in on Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model and former NFL spokesperson Marisa Miller, she was doing that thing that attractive female celebrities do when they’re pregnant, when they pose nude to show off their huge stomachs because being a creator of life is the most beautiful thing in the world. It’s also a great way to remind people in this era of short attention spans that you are still one of the most gorgeous women on the planet, in case all the dudes and bros had moved on to greener, younger pastures.
Well, forget Miller no more, friends, because she gave birth to her first child over the weekend, and she and her husband, whose name I will never look up because he has a faux hawk, named their son Gavin Lee Guess. Before you mock them, that is significantly better than the first idea, Edward Hardy True Religion.
Son Gavin Lee Guess was born in Santa Cruz, Calif. at 7:58 p.m., weighing in at 8 lbs., 10 oz. and measuring 22¼ inches long.
“I’m completely overjoyed by the birth of our son. I feel so blessed to be a mom and am so excited to experience this next part of life,” the model, 34, tells PEOPLE.
“Gaining weight is part of charting your progress,” the actress, who will next star opposite Ryan Reynolds in R.I.P.D., explained. “Yes, I was seeing numbers I had never seen before, but I let go of that because I had a new goal and focus.” (Via People)
Now this is where I would normally go off on a little rant about how Hollywood has this tired tendency of turning hot models into actresses because pervs like me will naturally and gladly shell out $12 to go see that film with the hopes that we might see some boobies. And I even mentioned this in my award-winning Worst Movies of 2012 feature on FilmDrunk last week, using Brooklyn Decker in Battleship as my example.
But I’m not going to do that here, because did you see Decker on The League last week? She was phenomenal! She played possibly the best c*nt in the history of TV on a show that is just overflowing with horrible people. Seriously, she should win an Emmy for the Best Bitch in a Cameo Performance, especially with how well she pulled off the upper decker line. Amazing television right there.
Anywho, after the jump, I have an exclusive first picture of Miller’s new baby boy.