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Kelly Klein welcomes a son by surrogate

11/01/2007 at 07:38 AM ET

Kelly Rector Klein, 50, the ex-wife of fashion designer Calvin Klein, is a new mom via surrogate following the birth of her son Lukas Alexander Rector on Thursday, October 25th at 8:03 a.m. in California.  He weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces. A friend revealed to Page Six that,

While Lukas was born in California, he will be raised in New York.

Kelly decided against giving her son the last name Klein and went with her maiden name, but that doesn’t mean that her former ex won’t play a part in his life.

They are still the best of friends, so of course he will know Lukas.

Source: Page Six

Thanks to CBB reader Mary Beth.

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shixa on

WOW! She doesn’t even look close to being 50. I wonder if CK is the dad…?

Angela’s note: All that is known is that no family member or relative was involved.

Mandii on

Congrats to her…I know that baby will be well loved! I love his name, very cool.

Elizabeth on

That is funny, that is the exact same name (Lucas Alexander) as Nina Garcia and Natalia Vodanovia gave their sons! I think it’s a great name.

Toontown on

Is this her first baby? or does she have more children?


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