‘RHOA’ Star Eva Marcille Gives Birth After Long Labor!

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille has given birth to a baby boy by fiancé Michael Sterling after long labor!

Marcille, 33, shared the news on Instagram on Friday the 13th night, writing, “All praises be to God!”

The America’s Next Top Model alumna seemed relieved as she had Instagrammed to fans that her son was coming hours before he actually did.
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She’s calling the boy “Mikey,” short for Michael. He’s been named after his father.

Marcille also has a daughter, Marley Rae, from a previous relationship.

The new RHOA star shared her second pregnancy journey with fans the whole way, including her “Prince Michael” themed baby shower held in Atlanta.

On Thursday morning, April 12, Marcille captioned a photo of her in a car on the way to the hospital, “Today is the day.”

Later that evening Marcille shared a photo of herself before prepping to give birth, commenting, “So ready…the calm before the storm.”

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But on Friday morning, she told followers that she was “still at it” in the hospital, waiting for her baby boy. She wrote, “Come on Mikey.” Finally the boy came into the world on Friday evening.

Now all Marcille needs to do is get her pre-baby body back—and marry Mikey’s father!

She told E! News in March, “I’m excited to have my baby so I can move on to planning my wedding. We have some plans but I plan on putting everything on hold for a couple of weeks before I have the baby and then spend a month with the baby and then go full on maniac getting my body back together.
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“The wedding will be in the fall,” Marcille said.
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