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Stassi Schroeder Gives Birth, Welcomes Baby Girl With Husband Beau Clark!

Stassi Schroeder gave birth to her and Beau Clark’s first child. The former Vanderpump Rules star welcomed a baby girl named Hartford Charlie Rose Clark with husband Beau Clark at 6:57 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 7, a rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.

Baby Hartford’s middle names, Charlie and Rose, were chosen in honor of Clark’s father and Schroeder’s grandmother. The newborn weighed 7 lbs., 3 oz., upon her arrival, measuring 19 inches long.

“We truly cannot begin to describe the happiness and joy we are feeling at this moment,” the couple told PEOPLE in a statement. “It's something that you hear from all new parents right after birth, but something magical happens.”

“We are feeling so blessed and grateful to have a beautiful and most importantly, healthy baby girl,” they added.

Stassi and Beau got engaged in July 2019. They got married in a secret ceremony in September. In July, Bravo announced that Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni would not be returning for season 9 of Vanderpump Rules after racially insensitive remarks from their pasts resurfaced. 

Schroeder initially apologized for her comments. She broke her silence about being fired by Bravo on the Tamron Hall Show in Sept., revealing she hired a “coach” to teach her about racism.

“I want to be a better person. I’m pregnant and I want my daughter to be proud of me,” she said. “And I want to be part of the solution. I’ve been a part of the problem for years now. And I recognize that and that’s why I say, I don’t feel like I’m a victim of cancel culture. People want me to be mad at it and I’m not. I needed it. I needed that.”

Schroeder, who also came under fire for comments about the #MeToo movement and #OscarsSoWhite controversy, added, “I was a Karen who basically said, ‘But what about all lives matter?’ Black people are dying, because they have been oppressed for 400 years. All lives can’t matter until Black lives matter and that’s something that I’ve realized.”

Photo Credit: Ian Maddox