Christina Aguilera and Fiancé Matthew Rutler Welcome a Baby Girl!

Christina Aguilera and fiancé, Matthew Rutler, have welcomed a baby girl, E! News has learned.

This is the second child for the pop star and part-time coach of NBC’s The Voice. She also has a 6-year-old son, Max Bratman, with ex-husband Jordan Bratman. Aguilera gave birth on Saturday.

The singer has occasionally been spotted flaunting her bun in the oven in Los Angeles. Shutterbugs even caught a sweet photo of Xtina’s little boy protectively shielding his mama’s baby bump while walking through paparazzi.

“Max already protecting mommy & his little sister! He’s the greatest #maxthegreat,” Aguilera captioned the photo, that had the text “big brother love” on it, on Twitter.

She and Rutler had celebrated their daughter’s imminent arrival recently with a co-ed baby shower held at the home of the singer’s stylist. Nearly 50 family members and close friends attended the intimate gathering, which was humorously highlighted with a cake that was one for the books.

Their tasty treat was decorated with a figure of a woman (presumably Christina) giving birth on a rug atop a hardwood floor, the baby’s head (complete with a full head of hair) poking out from you-know-where.

“Push Xtina, push,” the writing on the cake encouraged. “Christina is doing great,” a source has told E! News. “She’s really glowing. She’s feeling great and isn’t tired at all. She can’t wait to meet her baby girl.”

Aguilera revealed on Valentine’s Day that Rutler had popped the question, and a week later E! News confirmed that they were expecting their first child together.

On Monday, she shared a sweet pic of herself putting a pair of headphones on her baby bump.

“Baby girl getting first listen to what mama’s been creating in the studio,” she said.

Congrats to the couple!

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says: Awwww congrats Xtina!
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