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Piers Morgan and Wife Celia Walden Welcome Baby Girl



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Piers Morgan has become a father for the fourth time. His wife Celia Walden (34) has given birth to a baby girl that the couple have named Elise. It is a first daughter for them both.

The CNN news anchor and former America’s Got Talent judge also has three sons from his previous marriage with Marion Shalloe. The couple split in 2008 after twenty years of marriage

Morgan announced the news of his latest child’s birth on his Twitter account:

“It’s true. I’ve become a dad for the fourth time, to a baby girl called Elise. She’s absurdly beautiful, and utterly adorable.”

Baby Elise is the first child for Morgan and Walden together. The couple married in June 2010 in a quiet ceremony in Oxfordshire. Piers did not fellow Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell to the wedding.

Piers and Celia first met on a magazine photo shoot and while Piers initially claimed the journalist was “way out” of his league, he later proposed to the 34-year-old beauty on a romantic trip to Paris by presenting her with a book by her most-loved writer John Updike, entitled Marry Me.

The baby was born at the Cedars Sinai Hospital in Beverly Hills. Mother and baby are both thought to be doing well.

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