Eric and Lara Trump Announce Birth of Son Eric 'Luke' Trump




Eric and Lara Trump have announced the birth of their first child, Eric "Luke" Trump.

President Trump's son announced the arrival Tuesday on his Twitter account.

He also posted a photo of the newborn swaddled in a flannel blanket and sporting a blue and pink knit cap.

The baby joins the couple's beloved dogs Charlie and Ben.

The new addition is now the ninth grandchild of President Donald Trump, joining the five children of Donald Trump Jr. and the three kids of Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner.

Lara, 34, a former Inside Edition producer, and Eric, 33, announced they were expecting in March.

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