Miranda Kerr & Evan Spiegel Welcome A Baby Boy & Reveal His Name

Australian model Miranda Kerr and her husband, CEO of Snap Inc, Evan Spiegel, have welcomed their new baby to the world and revealed his name to the public.

The news came from a post on Kerr's official Instagram account. Sharing a photo of the name "Myles" stitched onto a fabric written in cursive, Kerr didn't reveal anything regarding their baby outside of the name.

"We are overjoyed at the arrival of Myles," writes Kerr. "...We couldn't be more excited to welcome our beautiful son into our family."

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Still, Myles wasn't a surprise to those who follow the couple. Kerr and Spiegel announced in March they were expecting another bundle of joy. Myles will be the couple's second child. In fact, their last baby, Hart — another boy, who's named after the Snapchat boss' grandfather — was born in May 2018. For Kerr, however, this is her third child, as she shares her first-born —eight-year-old Flynn Christopher —with movie star Orlando Bloom.

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According to W Magazine, the one thing she noticed between the two children is their skin. Apparently, despite his success as the CEO of Snapchat, Spiegel can't keep decent skin. She revealed in an interview before the birth of Myles that, Hart share's dad's flakey epidermis, while Flynn doesn't seem to have that issue. Still, she has a regimen for her eight-year-old.

Kerr is a bit of an expert in the field. Aside from being a model and a mother of three, the 36-year-old founded Kora — a natural skincare brand. She founded the company around a decade ago and in the time since the brand has spread from an Australian exclusive to Sephora stores in the USA as well. It appears good business decisions are a trait for the couple, as they have a combined net worth of around $3.5 billion, according to Forbes.

While balancing a gig as a CEO while being a mother of three sounds difficult, many high profile women have shared what they believe helps them do the trick. In an interview with Fortune, several CEOs, like AEP Transmission's own Lisa Barton, said that building up a strong in-office team helps a lot. Others, like Lauren Liess Interiors' founder, says taking time for self-care is just as important.

We here at BabyGaga want to say congratulations to the couple on their new bundle of joy!

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