Celebrity Parents 'Relatively Nat & Liv' 's Natalie Halcro Announces the Birth of Her First Child The reality star's daughter — named Dove — was born on Feb. 4 By Gabrielle Chung Published on February 19, 2020 08:41 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Natalie Halcro is a mom! The Relatively Nat & Liv star, 32, gave birth to her first child — a baby girl named Dove — on Feb. 4, according to an Instagram post she shared on Wednesday. Halcro shared the happy news alongside a photo of herself holding her newborn daughter in a hospital bed. "Welcome to the world Baby Girl," she wrote in the caption. "My heart is so full 🕊 DOVE 02|04|2020." Welcome to the World! See All of the Celebrity Babies Born in 2020 After announcing the birth of her daughter, Halcro received a slew of congratulatory messages from her followers, including pals Kim and Khloé Kardashian. "I'm in love already!!!!" Kim, 39, commented. "How are you this perfect right afterwards?!?! Wow she's such an angel!!!!!!!!" Khloé, 35, gushed. "May God bless you both always." Famous friends Paris Hilton, Christina Milian, Maria Menounos, Shanina Shaik, Lisa Hochstein and Lilly Ghalichi also left notes congratulating the influencer on the newest addition to her family. Halcro first announced her pregnancy in November, telling fans in an Instagram post shared on Thanksgiving that she was already 29 weeks along. "One more reason to be thankful this year #29weeks," she captioned two pictures of her baby bump. At the time, Halcro did not reveal the identity of the baby's father. Halcro formerly starred on WAGS from 2015 to 2017 before getting her own reality show, Relatively Nat & Liv, with cousin Olivia Pierson. Ahead of the show's premiere last June, Halcro and Pierson spoke to PEOPLE about what fans could expect on the series, which follows the women as they spend time with family and travel back and forth from Los Angeles to their native Vancouver. "We're transparent," Halcro explained. "You'll see people being vulnerable, the fights, the rocky spots. We don't hold back." "Our L.A. lifestyle is very different than in Canada," added Pierson, 30. "We go fishing, ice skating and we milk goats!"