Kristen Bell Gives Birth To Second Child! 'Frozen' Star And Husband Dax Shepard Welcome Baby Girl Delta
Kristen Bell is now a mother of two kids!
The 34-year-old actress, who gave voice to Princess Anna in the 2013 Disney animated film "Frozen," has given birth to baby girl Delta, her second child with husband Dax Shepard. The couple shared the news via Twitter Friday, Dec. 19.
"Delta Bell Shepard is here. She doesn't look like either ?@IMKristenBell? or me, but we're gonna keep her anyway. ?#christmascameearly?" Shepard, 39, tweeted.
The "House of Lies" actress also wrote on the microblogging site, "The estrogen has now hit critical mass! Good luck, @daxshepard1. And welcome to the world DELTA BELL SHEPARD :)"
A spokesperson to the couple, who are already proud parents to their 1-year-old daughter Lincoln, confirmed to Entertainment Tonight in June that they were expecting their second child together.
Back in July, Bell told People that she and Shepard were "completely stumped" about what to call their second child. But two months after, the "Veronica Mars" alum revealed to the outlet that they had already picked a name for their newest bundle of joy.
"We had a little bit of a breakthrough. We've settled on one, thankfully," Bell said in September. "It's a lot of pressure, especially because we felt 'Lincoln' was so perfect."
In October, Bell shared her pregnancy cravings with Us Weekly at the This Party Saves Lives event in Los Angeles.
"I just like food. If it can be digested, chances are I'll want it," the Huntington Woods, Michigan-born actress joked. "Pretty much what I normally eat, which is fairly healthy, but I give in a lot more to cravings. It occurs to me more often how delicious Kettle chips are when I'm pregnant. I give into my cravings more often because if I'm not going to do it now, when will I do it?"
Bell added that she has no problem keeping herself in shape. "I've been more active this pregnancy I think because I chase around a toddler," she told the publication of Lincoln. "I really benefited from applying prenatal yoga."
As for how she's been doing as a mother, she previously said that she surprised herself by how good she managed having a newborn the first time around.
"We've tried not to freak out, and I think we've done a good job so far," she told RedBook magazine. "But we also have tons of resources. There are hospitals, there's the Internet, there's 911. We took the baby to a CPR class, so there's really nothing to freak out about."