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Christy Turlington reveals son's name

03/31/2006 at 07:33 PM ET

E_christyturlingtonedburns_ Christy Turlington and Ed Burns welcomed their second child in mid February, but no details were ever released. However, iVillage has interviewed Christy for an upcoming Mother’s Day story, and she revealed her son’s name. The newest Burns is named Finn, and sister Grace, 2 1/2, adores him. Christy says, "Grace loves being a big sister. She had been waiting nine months to see who was inside my belly… and now she has him!"

Thanks to CBB reader Artho.


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Nineveh on

I hope nobody starts the “But Julia’s son is called Finn, how unimaginative.” discussion. ;)

Personally, I looooove the name and plan to bestow it upon my future son, should I ever have one. :)

Queen of Randomness on

I like the name, its having a very cute comeback in area and all the little guys that have have been sweeties so I have a great impression of the name.

Chiara on

I like the name fine, but…Finn Burns?

landroverdisco on

I like Finn. Though another “F” name such as Fletcher would have worked better. Fletcher Burns has a nice writer/actor/esquire ring to it.

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