Haylie Duff will have another real girl in her kitchen -- the Cooking Channel host has welcomed a baby girl.
The "Real Girl's Kitchen" star, who is engaged to designer Matt Rosenberg, has given birth to her first child, a daughter named Ryan, her rep confirmed to the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday.
Seems as though Duff is subscribing to the Jessica Simpson, Mila Kunis and Blake Lively school of thought when it comes to baby names, she's the latest celeb to opt for a traditionally masculine name for a baby girl.
The cookbook author, who is the elder sister of "Lizzie McGuire" alum Hilary Duff, was reportedly induced at a Los Angeles hospital on Monday, according to E! News, which was first to report Ryan's arrival.
"Both mom and baby are doing great! Haylie and Matt are thrilled to finally meet their baby girl and become a family of three," her rep told the site.
Rosenberg proposed to the 30-year-old star on April Fools Day 2014. The following December, she announced that their family would be growing.
"Matty and I are expecting a baby girl!" she wrote on her lifestyle blog. "Entering this new chapter of our lives and our relationship has been so special. We are so happy and so in love with her already!!! xoxox Matty & Haylie.""
Though the pregnancy delayed the couple's wedding planning, Duff said it worked out just fine for her overall vision.
"It's pretty cool to think our daughter is going to be at our wedding. We still talk about things we want to do [for the wedding], but it's a big change with the baby coming. We're just trying to focus on one thing first and then we'll do it," she told E!
The actress spent a stretch of her pregnancy remodeling a house while filming the second season of her Cooking Channel series, which premiered late last month.
On Mother's Day, she took to Twitter to tip her hat to all her "new mom" pals.
"So proud of so many of my 'new mom' girlfriends too! Hard but rewarding work! Happy to be doing it with yall!" she wrote.