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Halsey welcomes first child with boyfriend Alev Aydin


Months after announcing her pregnancy to surprised fans, Halsey finally welcomed her baby in “New Americana.”

“Without Me” singer, 26, gave birth to her first child with boyfriend Alev Aydin, named Ender Ridley Aydin, on July 14.

“Gratitude. For the most ‘rare’ and euphoric birth. Driven by love,” she wrote on her Instagram page Monday.

While Halsey did not reveal the sex of the newborn, Ender is a popular male Turkish name meaning “rare.”


Grammy nominees surprised fans in January after she shared photos from a maternity shoot with her baby bump. In two of the portraits of photographer Sam Dameshek, the expectant mother posed completely topless while wearing a pair of baggy denim jeans.

Halsey first confirmed his relationship with Aydin, 38, after tagging the producer in his pregnancy announcement, which he commented: “Heart so full, I love you sweetness.”

Halsey welcomed her first child, a baby named Ender Ridley Aydin, on July 14 with her boyfriend Alev Aydin.
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He is best known for writing movies and TV shows like “Small Shorts” on Netflix.

Since her announcement of pregnancy, Halsey has taken fans with her through her journey and shared photos of her sonogram and snaps showing her baby bump.

In March, she told fans that her pregnancy was “100% planned” and that she had “tried very hard for this [baby]. “

It is unclear how long Halsey and Aydin have been together, but the couple got coordinating tattoos of the word “Seed” in each other’s handwriting in June 2020. At the time, singer Amanda Owley, the California-based artist who dyed the couple, said she and Aydin had been friends “for a long time.”

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The new parents sparked rumors in May that they had secretly gotten married when they were seen wearing matching gold rings.

Halsey, who was aborted in 2015, previously dated G-Eazy to and from 2017 to 2018.

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