Holly Madison Baby Girl: Hugh Hefner Ex Gives Birth To Girl, Keeps Name Secret
By Staff Writer | March 06, 2013 12:52 PM EST
The former 'The Girls Next Door' star and ex-girlfriend to Hugh Hefner, Holly Madison, gave birth to a healthy baby girl on Tuesday morning.
The Las Vegas Peepshow star checked herself into the hospital on Monday in order to induce labor. Holly Madison told In Touch Magazine "Pasquale and I welcomed our first child, a baby girl!"
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Madison also told the Las Vegas Sun prior to her birth, "We have decided to induce the delivery if necessary. I will go in Monday afternoon or early evening. It still might take up to three more days, though."
Madison and her soon to be husband 38-year-old Pasquale Rotella will marry sometime over the summer.
Madison kept her Twitter fans abreast (no pun intended) of all the goings-on during her pregnancy, but so far has not posted anything since the birth.
Rotella went on Twitter and posted "My better half and I really appreciate all the love and congratulations! Thank you! We can't wait to meet our beautiful baby."
The baby girl, who is yet unnamed, will head home with her parents and spend her days in an 'Alice in Wonderland' themed nursery.
Madison was last seen sporting her baby bump on the red carpet; she was supporting the grand opening of CeeLo Green as Loberace at Planet Hollywood on the strip.
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