Dave Garner's picture of his son
Dave Garner's picture of his son Bang Showbiz

First picture of Liv Tyler's son, born six weeks early

LIV Tyler's partner has shared the first picture of their son.

The 37-year-old actress - who already has son Milo, 10, with ex-husband Royston Langdon - and Dave Garner welcomed a baby boy into the world last Wednesday (11.02.15) and now the sports agent has posted a picture of the new arrival's hand clutching his finger on his Instagram account.

He captioned the picture, which he posted on Saturday (14.02.15): "Our little one has arrived...Beautiful baby boy...Happy Valentines Day @misslivalittle (sic)"

The little boy - whose name has not been disclosed - is said to be "happy and healthy", despite being born six weeks early.

The actress' spokesperson said last week: "He's healthy and everyone is very happy. But he will need to remain in the hospital for some time."

Liv's rocker father Steven Tyler recently admitted he cried "like a baby" when he learned his daughter had gone into labour.

He wrote on his Facebook page, Steven said: "When I got the call that Liv Tyler was going into labor, after crying like a baby myself, I immediately dropped everything and went to to the airport to get on the next available flight...

"When I landed I kept calling my daughter Mia Tyler who was already helping Liv and she kept giving me minute by minute updates,"HURRY THE BABY IS COMING!"

"I made it RIGHT in time before my second grandson entered this world. It was another (God wink) moment of a lifetime for me (sic)"


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