Emma Roberts shares first photo of infant son, Rhodes Robert Hedlund

Emma Roberts shares first photo of infant son, Rhodes Robert Hedlund”

The Hollywood actress first announced her pregnancy in August when she posted three photos of herself with Garrett in which she can be seen cradling her baby bump.

Taking to Instagram on Monday evening, Emma shared the first photo of her son, finally introducing him to the world. She captioned the post: "Thank you 2020 for getting one thing right".

"Our bright light Rhodes Robert Hedlund", Emma added, revealing their son's full name.

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Emma is the daughter of actor Eric Roberts and niece to Julia Roberts of Pretty Woman and Erin Brockovich fame and we're guessing there's lots of excitement in the family at the moment especially with this being Eric's first grandchild. The printed orange blanket that swaddled Rhodes even coordinated with her mother's cheery dress. Emma's fans and famous friends were overjoyed to see Emma loving her new role as mom.

The peachy pic became the talk of the town, with A-listers like Ashley Tisdale, Taylor Lautner, Delilah Belle Hamlin, Billie Lourd, Aaron Paul, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, and Lily Aldridge sending their love in the comments section. The first mom and her boyfriend, Tron: Legacy star Garrett hedlund, 36, welcomed Rhodes to Los Angeles on December 27, according to TMZ. The couple, who have been dating for almost two years, revealed they were expecting their very first child together in August 2020.

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