American model and actress Molly Sims just welcomed her third child on Wednesday. She announced the birth of Grey Douglas Stuber through Instagram on Jan. 10. The 43-year-old model is married to Scott Stuber.
On Instagram, she wrote: “Welcome to the world Grey Douglas Stuber 1.10.17 Words do not express how grateful and happy we are to have another piece of magic added to our little tribe!” Sims posed with her newborn baby boy.
How big is Sims’ family?
This new addition in her family life joins big sister, Scarlett May, 21 months old, and big brother, Brooks Alan, four-and-a-half years old. The new family of five had announced Sims’ third pregnancy in August 2016.
Sims came to prominence after being an official spokeswoman for Old Navy ads with the tagline, “You gotta get this look!” She also appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues in 2000, 2001, 2004, and 2006, where she wore the $30-million bikini designed by Susan Rosen.
In films and television, she starred as Delinda Deline in all five seasons of Las Vegas, and appeared in several comedy films such as The Benchwarmers, Yes Man, The Pink Panther 2, and Fired Up. In 2002, she appeared in the music video by Moby entitled, We Are All Made Of Stars.
She was also in The Lonely Island’s Jizz In My Pants as Andy Samberg. Sims is also an entrepreneur, having launched Grayce by Molly Sims, a jewelry line of necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets. These are available at HSN, Henri Bendel, Scoop, Ron Herman, and Matches London.
Sims’ involvement in the community
Her family life has pushed her community activism further. Sims was named as a Global Ambassador for Population Services International’s Five & Alive program, which addresses health crises in children under the age of five. She is also an ambassador for Operation Smile.
Molly Sims was born on May 25, 1973 in Murray, Kentucky. She graduated high school from Murray High School in 1990, and then enrolled in Vanderbilt University to study political science and became a member in Delta Delta Delta. When she was 19, she dropped out to pursue a career in modeling.