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Passions star Liza Huber — who is the daughter of All My Children's Susan Lucci — has become a mommy!

Huber and her husband, Alexander George Hesterberg III, welcomed their son, Royce Alexander, on Dec. 23 at 6 am/PT in Los Angeles.

The baby boy weighed in at 7 lbs., 10 ounces and measured 19.5 inches long. Royce is the couple's first child, as well as the first grandchild for La Lucci.

By the way, Royce and his famous grandma just happen to share the same birthday.

source: TvGuide.com

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