Socialite and businesswoman Nicky Hilton has announced the arrival of her third child with her husband James Rothschild! The great-granddaughter of hotelier Conrad Hilton confirmed she was growing her family in January of this year.

Nicky shared a silhouette image of herself with James. The couple was staring lovingly at each other, with James holding Nicky’s baby bump. “We are officially a party of 5!” Nicky began her post. “Welcome to the world sweet boy. Mom, dad, and big sisters could not be more smitten.” The designer, who recently collaborated on a collection for footwear designer French Sole, had revealed in May that she was expecting a son. The couple, who have been married since July of 2015, did not reveal their son’s name nor when he made his arrival.

The couple’s son is joined into the family with two sisters: Lily Grace Victoria and TheodoraTeddyMarilyn. This past Mother’s Day, Nicky opened up about her role as a mother sharing, “Motherhood in one word: fun. My favorite thing about being a mom is reliving my childhood through my children and doing all the fun things that I used to do and love, like watch cartoons and eat cereal and go to theme parks and just be a kid again.”

Congratulations to Nicky and James on the arrival of their son! We look forward to learning the name they’ve chosen for him, should they choose to share. We wish them all the best as they embrace life as a family of three.

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