Lindsay Price and Curtis Stone have something to be extra thankful for this holiday season: their son Hudson, who they welcomed several weeks ago.
"Lindsay had a baby boy November 6 named Hudson," the actress' rep tells Us Weekly exclusively. "He's doing great and Lindsay and Curtis are thrilled and over the moon with him."
Stone expressed his excitement via Twitter Monday, telling his followers: "Lindsay and I are so excited to welcome our sweet little baby boy into the world. It feels so great to be a dad!"
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The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum began dating the Australian chef in 2009 and announced their pregnancy in June. The baby boy is the first child for Price, 34, and the Top Chef Masters host, 36.
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In early October, Price was feted by pals at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel. The baby shower was hosted by Sarah Michelle Gellar, Price's longtime BFF from their days on the ABC soap All My Children.
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Other guests included Price's mother, as well as Ugly Betty's Rebecca Romijn, White Collar's Tiffani Thiessen, Drop Dead Diva's Jaime Ray Newman and My Future Boyfriend's Sara Rue.
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