"Malibu Country" actress Sara Rue recently welcomed a baby girl with husband Kevin Price.
The 34-year-old actress gave birth to daughter Talulah Rue Price on Saturday, February 9, People magazine reports.
Rue Tweeted about the new addition to her family on February 14, writing, "Had the best Valentines day w/my husband & our new baby daughter Talulah! She was born a few days ago & we couldn't be more in love w/her."
The actress announced her pregnancy in September as she walked the press line before taking part in a preview screening and panel discussion for her the ABC sitcom "Malibu Country."
Rue wed Kevin Price, a teacher, in May 2011. She was previously married to first husband Mischa Livingstone for four years before they split in 2007. The actress has no previous children.
She began her on-screen acting career as a child in the 1980s and went on to have a small but memorable role as a cynical high school student in the 1998 cult teen film "Can't Hardly Wait." She then played Carmen on the series "Popular," a nurse in the 2001 blockbuster "Pearl Harbor" and a babysitter in the 2002 thriller "The Ring."
Rue later played Claude, a bubbly TV station employee and the main star of the sitcom "Less Than Perfect," which also featured Zachary Levi, Andy Dick and Sherri Shepherd. The comedy series aired between 2002 and 2006. Rue later had recurring roles on the shows "Two and a Half Men," "The Big Bang Theory," "Rules of Engagement" and the 2010 short-lived ABC mystery series "Eastwick."