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Jordana Brewster welcomes first child

Wednesday 11 Sep 2013 12:43p.m.

Jordana Brewster welcomes first child

Jordana Brewster has welcomed her first child via surrogate.

The 33-year-old actress now has a son with husband Andrew Form and the baby was born through use of artificial insemination.

The Fast & Furious 6 star named the tot Julian and the proud parents opted to give the youngster both of their last names.

"Jordana Brewster and her husband Andrew Form are excited to announce the birth of their son, Julian Brewster-Form," a representative for the screen star told Us Weekly. "They welcomed their son via surrogate. The parents are overjoyed."

The happy pair married in the Caribbean in 2007 after meeting on the set of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning in 2005.

Until the arrival of their first child they got into mother and father mode by taking care of two Labrador dogs named Henry and Ella.

Unlike her own parents, thespian Jordana will not be letting her youngster get into acting as a profession.

"Whenever I have a kid, if he or she says, 'I want to be an actor,' I'll say, 'Please don't do it!'" she joked in the May issue of America’s Marie Claire magazine.

"No one in my family was in show business, so they didn't know better."

Jordana will be experimenting with plenty of baby products now she has entered motherhood and recently shared that she is very creative with her beauty techniques. The stunning star uses Johnson & Johnson’s baby oil to take her eye makeup off at the end of the day.

"It’s really greasy, so it lobs it all off. I find that sometimes fancier eye makeup removers don’t do it for me," she admitted to America’s OK! magazine.

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