Michelle Branch has welcomed a baby girl with her husband Patrick Carney and the couple has named the newborn after two important people in their lives.

"We are thrilled to announce the birth of a healthy baby girl. She's named after Patrick's loving grandmother, Willie Madge Slate, and her middle name, Jacquet, is Michelle's mother Peggy's maiden name," the couple said in a statement to E! News. They also shared an exclusive image of their baby with the outlet.

The couple said their daughter was born Wednesday and weighed 7 lbs., 5oz. and measured 18.5 inches long.

In the image shared with the outlet, the adorable infant can be seen sleeping peacefully with a striped turban on her head.

Branch and the Black Keys drummer also have a 3-year-old son, Rhys James. Additionally, the "Everywhere" singer has a 19-year-old daughter, Owen Isabelle Landau, from her previous marriage to bassist Teddy Landau. She divorced him in 2015.

Branch first announced her pregnancy last August, eight months after she had a miscarriage on Christmas Day in 2020.

"You know you're pregnant when..." Michelle wrote on Instagram in August last year while sharing photos of scones with jam and clotted cream. "Woke up to a picture my friend Sonya sent of scones she was eating in England and I immediately had to hop out of bed and make a batch myself. @officerpatrickcarney was my hero (as usual) and went to the market in search of double cream."

The "Game of Love" singer added, "Couldn't be more excited (and nervous! Hello, pregnancy after miscarriage anyone?!) to announce baby Carney is coming early 2022!"

Carney also shared a sonogram picture of their unborn baby and wrote, "Turns out you can get pregnant from a toilet seat. Carmel and Carpet are getting a buddy next year."

Branch and Carney first met in February 2015 at a Grammys party, according to E! News. The couple fell in love while working on Branch's third studio album, "Hopeless Romantic," and got married in April 2019 in New Orleans.

Branch rose to fame in 2001 with her massive hit "Everywhere." She teamed up with Jessica Harp and formed the country duo The Wreckers in 2006.

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