Anne V Gives Birth, Welcomes Baby Alaska With Boyfriend Adam Cahan: First Pic!

Adam Cahan and Anne V
Anne V and her boyfriend Adam Cahan welcomed baby Alaska on June 25.  Dimitrios Kambouris/VF15/WireImage

Baby’s first close-up! Russian supermodel Anne V welcomed her first child with boyfriend Adam Cahan on Thursday, June 25. But she didn’t reveal her baby’s first photo until Wednesday, July 1. 

“Welcome to the world baby Alaska! Your little feet absolutely rocked my world, I've never been so in love! @acahan and I couldn't be more proud 6/25/2015,” Anne, 29, wrote via Instagram. 

Moments after sharing little Alaska’s first photo via Instagram, Anne also posted a picture of herself pushing her little one’s blanket-covered stroller down the street.

“Out on the town,” she captioned the smiling shot. 

Out on the town. ????????????????????????????

A photo posted by Anne V (@annevofficial) on Jul 1, 2015 at 1:53pm PDT

Anne and Cahan have remained tight-lipped about the sex of their baby, but the pink polka dots on Alaska’s blanket and the pink balloons from Anne’s shower tend to point toward a baby girl! 

We do know that baby Alaska came a bit after her due date. Two weeks ago, Anne shared a revealing bikini photo looking ready to pop, writing, “Happy due date to me #thisthingbettercomeout.” 

Happy due date to me #thisthingbettercomeout ????????

A photo posted by Anne V (@annevofficial) on Jun 20, 2015 at 2:35pm PDT

In addition to being a former Victoria’s Secret Angel, Anne is also known for dating Maroon 5 rocker Adam Levine for two years until they split in 2012. He is now married to Victoria’s Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo. 

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