Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk welcome their first baby

Bradley Cooper & Irina Shayk: Couple Welcomes 1st Child Together — Congrats

The Oscar-nominated actor and his girlfriend of two years Irina Shayk welcomed their first child two weeks ago, a source tells PEOPLE.

People magazine reported the news Sunday, but did not disclose any details regarding the infant's gender or birthplace.

A source confirmed the couple's baby news to PEOPLE in November shortly after Shayk's appearance on the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show runway.

This is the first child for Cooper and Shayk, who have been dating since 2015, according to E!

"(Bradley and Irina) just work really well together and want to spend every minute they have free together", a source told the website.

Bradley and Irina were first publicly linked when they were seen kissing in NY back in May 2015. About her desire to start a family, saying: "I think family is our reason for being".

Speaking previous year, she shared: "I think family is the reason why we are here. I don't know - time will tell".

Honestly, there is no greater gauge of how much you love a person than if you pick them up or drop them off at an airport.

"My sister had her baby when she was 22 and that was the flawless time, I will be 31 in January, so maybe soon it will be my ideal time".

"They share those moments when the baby kicks and they can't wait!"

An insider said: "Bradley has been there for her and is loving seeing the baby grow inside her".



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