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Adrienne Houghton has given birth to her first child at the age of 32 after a number of miscarriages.

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It was a surrogate pregnancy that resulted in Adrienne Bailon Houghton becoming a mother for the first time.

After suffering multiple miscarriages and facing difficulties with IVF, the former co-host of “The Real” has announced the birth of her son, whom she and her husband have named Ever James.

The member of girl groups 3LW and The Cheetah Girls posted an Instagram photo of the newborn along with a heartfelt poem about her precious first child.

She captioned a black and white photo of the doting parents with the words, “Ever James.”

We have prayed for this child.

To hear our baby cry, of course

Intimate contact, physical proximity, and direct communication

“Our baby boy is here and we are so in love!” the proud mother wrote in the photo’s caption. Those of you who have been following our love story know that having a child has not been easy. For the past nine months, we have prayed quietly while sitting on this magnificent secret. He was well worth the pain of trying to have a child, the frustration of prayers unanswered, the expense of multiple rounds of IVF, and the heartbreak of multiple miscarriages. Everything. Nothing but happiness, love, and gratitude fill our hearts. We are thankful to God, our angel surrogate, and all of our friends and family who have supported us throughout these past five years. Now that he’s here, we have no choice but to stay up late every night.

#HappilyEverHoughton Even though this is the first child for the ‘Raven’s Home’ star, her 2019 husband, Israel, already has four kids from a previous relationship.

Earlier in her career, the 38-year-old actress publicly discussed her fertility issues.

“I think that, as an audience, we should be sensitive to the fact that everybody doesn’t get pregnant right away,” she said on an episode of “The Real” in 2018.

Personally, I expected it to be a breeze, but it hasn’t worked out that way.