Tamera Mowry-Housley gave birth to son, Aden John Tanner Housley, on Monday according to reports.
Tamera Mowry, known as one of two twin sisters on the show "Tia & Tamera," has given birth to her first child with husband Adam Housely at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, People confirms.
Mowry dated Housely, a Fox News correspondent, for six years before marrying him last year at a vintage estate in California. Shortly after, she and her husband announced that they would be expecting their first son.
"I couldn't talk for two minutes," Mowry told Style magazine after discovering that she was pregnant. "I kept saying, 'Oh my gosh!' It was a feeling I can't describe. It was the happiest I had ever felt."
In a similar interview in April with People magazine, Mowry said that she and her husband were eager to meet their new baby.
"Adam and I are excited about having a baby and the blessing that he or she will bring to our lives and to our family and friends," she said. "We can't wait to meet this little miracle!"
Aden was born on Nov. 12 and weighed in at 9 lbs., 5 oz. and is 21.5 inches long, according to People.
She admitted previously that pregnancy had not been easy on her early on.
"The first trimester was a little rough. I was extremely fatigued and had morning sickness- more like evening sickness," Mowry told People. "Luckily, it has subsided in my second trimester. I feel great as of now- more like myself."
Aden was anticipated at the end of October and arrived approximately two weeks late. Because of this, the new mother added that she has had to learn patience.
"If I have yet to learn patience, my son is in the process of teaching me now," Mowry-Housley wrote on a People blog. "I have learned that I am not in control and that he will decide when he comes."