It's another girl for the "Today" show's Jenna Wolfe!
The morning anchor has welcomed her second child, a daughter, with fiancee Stephanie Gosk, the couple shared on Wednesday.
"Quinn Lily Wolfeld-Gosk born at 4:06 6lbs 12ozs Everyone is great. Woohoo!!" tweeted Gosk, a foreign correspondent for NBC News, sharing a pic of their newest family member.
Ahead of Quinn's arrival, Wolfe tweeted that she was headed into labor, but not without a bit of a delay.
"It's time!!!" she tweeted at about 3:30 in the morning.
Around noon, she added: "This little one's as stubborn as her mama (me).... Apparently she's going to come out when she's good and ready."
Little Quinn joins big sister Harper Estelle, 17 months.
The journalists announced that they were expecting their second child back in August, right when the "Today" show baby boom was at its peak. (Co-host Savannah Guthrie welcomed her baby girl, Vale, earlier that month, and correspondent Carson Daly welcomed his third child, London Rose Daly, earlier that week.)
Wolfe and Gosk came out as an engaged couple when they announced in March 2013 that they were expecting. Daughter Harper Estelle Wolfeld Gosk joined their family the following August. (Wolfeld is Wolfe's legal name).
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The first time around, the couple decided Wolfe would carry the child, then used artificial insemination with an anonymous donor. It's not clear if they used the same method with Quinn, but it sounded like it when they first announced the pregnancy in August.
"Harper is going to be a big sister," Wolfe, 40, said after revealing her ultrasound and a picture of her family on the show. "Stephanie and I are proud to announce we are having another baby girl. I figured I got pregnant, I did it right the first time. I'm just going to do the exact same thing again and we're going to hope for the best."
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