Is it teething time for your little one?

Congratulations are in order as Kristin Davies has reportedly expanded her family.


The Sex and the City star was already mum to seven-year-old daughter Gemma Rose. Reports have now indicated that the 53-year-old has welcomed a baby boy into her life.


The actress adopted her daughter, Gemma Rose in 2011. 


The news broke on entertainment journalist, Marc Malkin's Facebook page, saying:


"Kristin Davis is expanding her family. I can exclusively reveal that the “Sex and the City” star has adopted a baby boy.


"And now she’s blessed times two! Congrats!" he added, referring to the adoption of Gemma Rose.



The expansion of her family might not come as a surprise to fans, as Kristin has opened up to People magazine about her dream of adopting.


In light of welcoming Gemma Rose, she said:


“This is something I have wanted for a very long time.


"Having this wish come true is even more gratifying than I ever had imagined. I feel so blessed.”



Kristin revealed that the struggles she encountered during the adoption process, particularly the time period of uncertainty.


The star told Anderson Cooper that she had to view the process as if she was a "babysitter" to get through it all.


She explained: "They tell you that when [your child] first comes, you should think of it as babysitting in case the birth mum changes her mind."


"When I first got her I would sleep with her on my chest because when you adopt, you’re very concerned about bonding."



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