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Posted at 3:24 PM ET, 12/20/2010

Vince Vaughn is a dad. That's so money.

By Liz Kelly

Vaughn and Weber at a Chicago Blackhawks game in April 2009. (Getty Images)

Vince Vaughn and wife Kyla Weber welcomed a baby girl on Saturday morning, according to People magazine.

The bundle of joy, Locklyn Kyla Vaughn, weighed in at 7 lbs and measured 20 inches long. It's the first child for Vaughn and Weber, who married in January 2010.

Locklyn arrived just in time to see Daddy co-star in "The Dilemma," due in theaters Jan. 14.


By Liz Kelly  | December 20, 2010; 3:24 PM ET
Categories:  Baby Boom, Celebrities  | Tags:  Vince Vaughn  
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Hi Kemar - here's my take on baby Locklyn:)
Vince Vaughn & Wife Kyla welcome baby daughter Locklyn Kyla Vaughn – Good thing Dad knows how to pick good movies to star in ‘cause - wow is she going to be a shopper!! A Locklyn will just LOVE that dad has disposable income!! Vince will soon see that Locklyn’s shopping habits will be like a second mortgage. She’ll be a talker, stubborn and have Dad’s sense of humor. Her middle name will make her just like her mom – a great “fun buddy” but she will be selective as to whom she parties with- she really likes hanging with the cool kids. She’ll share mom’s quality, expensive taste & have a flair for fashion, putting herself together well and she’ll be creative about it! The best news of all is that, because of her name - opportunities will just fall in her lap – she’s going to have a knack for being in the right place at the right time! Great name choice mom & dad :)

if anyone wants to learn more about the baby name they picked out - feel free to check out my site at Namezook

Posted by: Namezook1 | December 20, 2010 5:07 PM | Report abuse

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