Lindsay Lohan gives birth, welcomes first baby with husband Bader Shammas

Lindsay Lohan is a mom!

The actress has given birth to her and her husband Bader Shammas' first child, a son named Luai, a rep for Lohan tells Page Six.

"The family is over the moon in love," her rep said in a statement Monday.

The baby was born in Dubai, where the couple lives, although his exact birth date was not immediately made known.

Luai is an Arabic name that means "shield" or "protector."

The "Parent Trap" star, 37, used a "coming soon" onesie to announce her pregnancy in March.

"We are blessed and excited," she wrote via Instagram at the time.

Amanda Seyfried gushed over her "Mean Girls" co-star's "wonderful news" in the comments section.

As for fellow new mother Paris Hilton, she wrote, "Congratulations love! So happy for you 🥹 Welcome to the Mommy Club!"

Lohan's pregnancy reveal came four months after she shared her and Shammas' future family plans.

"I want to have kids," she told Interview magazine in November 2022, noting that she had "talked" to her partner about whether to continue living in Dubai as parents.

"It's so safe there, and the schools are great. It's so detached from everything that I'm used to. … It's nice to have a separate world that's my own."

The "Rumors" singer and Shammas went public with their romance in February 2020.

In November of the following year, the financier got down on one knee. Lohan later debuted her engagement ring in sweet Instagram selfies.

"My love. My life. My family. My future. @bader.shammas #love," she wrote.

The couple secretly married in April 2022, with the "Freaky Friday" star waiting until that July to confirm they had tied the knot.

Lohan was previously engaged to real estate mogul Egor Tarabasov in 2016.

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