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WWE Diva Brie Bella Thanks Fans & Shares Update on Baby Birdie

Brie Bella and her husband Daniel Bryan just welcomed their baby girl Birdie and they are so in love!

The couple took to The Bella Twins YouTube channel to share an update from the hospital, two days after Birdie was born.

“Hi, everyone. So, we finally wanted to say thank you for all your support, your prayers and all your cute little messages about Birdie finally coming in,” Brie began

She added, “It was a very crazy process, a very long labor. And I’m so lucky I had Bryan by my side the whole time, and then my sister [Nikki Bella] — who’s filming this right now — by my side the whole time, which was amazing.”

“But at the end of something so hard and long, the most precious gift in the world came to us. We couldn’t be happier. So thank you for all your love and support,” Brie concluded.

Watch the couple’s entire adorable video below…

WWE Diva Brie Bella Welcomes First Child With Daniel Bryan

Brie Bella is a mom!

The 33-year-old WWE Divas star and her husband Daniel Bryan welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Birdie Joe Danielson, on Tuesday (May 9), according to E! News.

The little one weighed in at 8 lbs., 10 oz., measuring at 21 inches long.

“There is no better feeling in the world than meeting your daughter. I can’t even express the overwhelming joy and love that Bryan and I are feeling,” Bella told the site. “Now we know what parents mean about the love you feel when you first meet your child. Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers on the safety of Birdie coming into this world.”

Congrats to the happy couple on the exciting news!

Daniel Bryan Announces WWE Retirement Due to Health Concerns

WWE superstar Daniel Bryan announced his retirement from wrestling on Monday (February 8) on his Twitter.

The 38-year-old athlete, who is married to Total Divas star Brie Bella, tweeted, “Due to medical reasons, effective immediately, I am announcing my retirement. Tonight on Raw, I’ll have a chance to elaborate. #gratitude”

That evening during the broadcast, Daniel explained that concussions over the course of his career had effected his health, which had put him on leave since April of last year.

“It gets to a point when you’ve been wrestling for 16 years that that adds up to a lot of concussions, and it gets to a point where they tell you that you can’t wrestle anymore,” he explained.

Daniel then revealed that a week ago he took a test which told him, “maybe my brain isn’t as OK as I thought it was.”

He also expressed extreme gratitude for his fans. We wish Daniel luck in his next ventures!