Carson Daly welcomes 'miraculous' baby No. 3, daughter London Rose

Carson Daly, fiancee Siri Pinter welcome third child, a daughter named London Rose

Total request baby. Carson Daly has welcomed his third child.

"The Voice" host and "Today" show correspondent had the news announced on the NBC morning show Wednesday by anchor Willie Geist.

Daly and fiancee Siri Pinter, a food blogger, welcomed daughter London Rose Daly on Wednesday; she weighed in at 8 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 22 inches long.

"We had our beautiful baby girl and all is miraculous," said Daly, who Facetimed the "Today" show crew from the hospital and sent them a bevy of photos that were posted on the "Today" Twitter feed. Daly is photographed with his family and newest addition in full proud-papa mode.

The wee one was due on Saturday but came a bit earlier, the former host of MTV's "Total Request Live" added. 

"Siri is a warrior and I'm so amazed by her poise, grace and strength during this miraculous process," he said.

London Rose is the couple's third child: Daly and Pinter are already parents to Jackson James, 5, and Etta Jones, 2.

"Watching Jack and Etta meet their new sister was like watching a scene in a movie, directed by God," Daly said of his growing brood.

The 41-year-old said that they didn't settle on London's name until after she arrived and they were looking for something that matched their other children's name. Rose, he said, was his grandmother's name. Their second child, Etta, shares a name with Pinter's grandmother.

Daly announced the pregnancy news back in March during an appearance on "The Tonight Show" and joked that he had so many children that he need "a clown car."

The couple of more than six years got engaged last October.

He might just have enough kids for his own team on "The Voice." Follow me on Twitter @NardineSaad.

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