Kendra Wilkinson and her husband, Indianapolis Colts player Hank Baskett, have welcomed their first child, a boy, Usmagazine.com has confirmed.
Hank Baskett IV, who weighed 9 lbs 5 oz, was born via C-section early Friday morning in Indianapolis.
"Mother and baby are doing well," a source tells Us. "Kendra and Hank are very happy."
Wilkinson, 24, and Baskett, 27, wed at the Playboy mansion in Los Angeles' exclusive Holmby Hills in July -- a month after they announced they were expecting.
She told Us Weekly the pregnancy wasn't exactly planned.
"We always hinted to each other that we wouldn't mind having kids soon," she said. "We weren't trying, but we didn't use a condom that night."
During her pregnancy, she said she was emotional and cried "over everything."
She also said she was amazed at how her body changed. "I went from a size small sports bra to a size large sports bra," she told Us. "These things just won't stop growing!"
Despite the body changes, she said she loved being pregnant and couldn't wait to be a mom.
"I want to make sure that my boy knows I'm there every step of the way," she told Us. "I will be putting 100 percent of my love and time into my child."
She added, "Finally, in my life, I feel needed, like my baby needs me. I'm very attached and bonded."