Kat Von D welcomes first child with husband Leafer

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After multiple failed relationships, including a year-long romance with Sandra Bullock's philandering ex-husband Jesse James that ended in a broken engagement, Von D got another chance at love after meeting her current husband, Rafael "Leafar Seyer" Reyes.

Kat added that she and Rafael are going to take time away from social media over the next 40 days "to focus on the baby and our wonderful relationship transitioning into fantastic parenthood".

Kat and Leafer Sr. tied the knot in February and then again in June, bizarrely, with the couple sharing news of the pregnancy in May.

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'To be honest, my husband and I want to take the next 40 days [the 4th trimester] to focus on the baby and our wonderful relationship transitioning into unbelievable parenthood.

While the couple Wednesday in February, their ceremony and celebration took place in June.

The eccentric bride looked stunning in a red dress and veil on the day of her wedding.

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In May, Kat announced they were expecting a baby boy. Kat welcomed their bundle of joy into the world during a pre-planned home birth.

But while that plan is a little tamer, what sparked controversy was Kat's reveal that she was also planning on 'raising a vegan child, without vaccinations'.

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