Jessica Sutta gives birth! Pussycat Dolls star reveals she’s welcomed a baby boy called Michael Jesse with husband Mikey Marquart
Jessica Sutta has given birth to her first child.
The Pussycat Dolls star, 38, and her husband Mikey Marquart have welcomed their first child, a baby boy called Michael Jesse MJ Marquart was born on May 25.
Baby MJ weighed 8lbs 6oz, measured 21 inches long, and was born at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica, California.
Congratulations! Jessica Sutta has given birth to her first child
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she said: ‘She [Dr. Lacampo] and her team are amazing! After pushing for four hours, I ended up having a C-section and they moved fast and quickly and made it less intimidating for me, because I was definitely nervous.
‘But there was so much joy and amazing chemistry between nurses and doctors that they made the experience a comfortable and an unforgettable one!
‘They even played rock music during the surgery, and when MJ was born he came out to ‘Good Times Bad Times’ by Led Zeppelin.’
Exciting news: Jessica revealed that she is expecting her first child with husband Mikey Marquart in March
And a representative for the family added: ‘Mommy, Baby and Daddy are now safe and doing well at home, enjoying their new family.’
Jessica – who married Mikey in 2019 – confirmed she was expecting a baby in March this year, when she said 2021 has been an ‘exciting’ year so far.
She said: ‘It’s been an exciting year for me so far. I got some crazy news to share. I’m having a baby. I’m due in May. I’ve always wanted to be a mommy.
‘I swear, I’m going to get so emotional because I’m finally able to say it … It’s been so exciting and it’s a dream come true.’
The 39-year-old singer also revealed at the time she had already named her baby MJ, but wasn’t sure if the name would stick.
She added: ‘I’m having a little boy named MJ. It’s just been an incredible journey. What a beautiful gift that 2020 gave me …
‘He feels like an MJ to me, but he could be a Mikey, a Jesse, a Zion, or maybe he’ll make up his own name when he gets older. Whatever he wants.
‘It’s his life. I’m just going to have the pleasure of being his mother, and I’m going to let him live and be exactly who he wants to be.