Coronation Street's Alison King Welcomes Daughter Daisy Mae

02/11/2009 at 04:00 PM ET
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It’s a girl for Coronation Street star Alison King! The 35-year-old actress and her partner Adam Huckett welcomed a daughter earlier today. Daisy Mae Huckett weighed in at 6 lbs 7 oz.

A spokesperson for the UK-based soap confirmed the birth, adding “both mum and baby are doing well.”

The pregnancy was announced in August. It is the first child for Alison and Adam, who have been dating since 2007.

Other Corrie stars recently welcoming babies or announcing pregnancies include Tina O’Brien and Ryan Thomas, whose daughter Scarlett Jacqueline arrived in October, Andy Whyment, who welcomed son Thomas in October, Jack P. Shepherd, who is set to be a new dad when girlfriend Lauren Shippey delivers, Wanda Opalinska, who expects a baby this winter, Jane Danson, currently expecting her second child and Graeme Hawley and wife Elianne, due in June.

Source: The Press Association

Thanks to CBB readers Victoria, Carrie, Chloe and Beth.

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kellie on

awh she’s going be beautiful
wonder what they’ll name her
wow thats alot of babies going to be running around corrie

Luki on

Aww I only found out she was pregnant the other day!! In the interview I read in a magazine she seemed to be saying she’d prefer a boy but I am pleased she has a daughter!

Ramona on

I´ve read somewhere that she has named her daughter Carla.

Ramona on

Her daughter´s name is Daisy

pebbles on

congratulations Ali,Daisy will be soooo beatiful just like her!!

Alex on

congractulations, ali and adam! Daisy is goinna be a little stunner, just like her mum!
happy birthday alison!! im a pretty big fan of urs, as u may have guessed. luv ya!

Kewky on

WHAT IS IN THE WATER!?!?!? LOL

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