Halle Berry, the 'Monster's Ball' and 'X Men Series' actress has reportedly become a mum again. The 47-year-old star welcomed a healthy baby boy, Saturday. This is her first child with French actor husband, Olivier Martinez.

"Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez welcomed their son yesterday," Meredith O'Sullivan Wasson, Berry's publicist told the AFP in an email, Sunday, reports Nine News Entertainment. However, no additional details were revealed.

Berry delivered the baby at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. This is the second child for Berry, who has a five-year-old daughter, Nahla, with former beau, model Gabriel Aubry. This is the first child for Martinez.

Berry and Martinez met on the sets of the 2012 movie 'Dark Tide' and tied the knot in July that year. Berry first revealed her pregnancy in April, and she has called it a 'miracle', considering her age.

"I feel fantastic. This has been the biggest surprise of my life, to tell you the truth. I thought I was kind of past the point where this could be a reality for me. So it's been a big surprise and the most wonderful," Berry told CNN when discussing the pregnancy in April.

Meanwhile, Martinez has reportedly been very supportive and at Berry's side through the delivery.  

Berry and Aubry recently settled custody rights issue over Nahla. During Thanksgiving, in November 2012, Aubry and Martinez picked up a fight on the doorsteps of Berry's home when the former came to see Nahla. Apparently, Aubry went home with bruises and cuts, reports Nine News Entertainment.

Nahla is also said to have visited her new baby brother, Sunday and was seen prancing and skipping around in the hospital corridors, according to People. Just a week earlier, mum and daughter were spotted shopping at the Grove in Los Angeles.

Check out some pictures, here.

On the career front, Berry is all set to star in "Extant", a drama series slated to air in the summer of 2014. The plot of the serial revolves around Berry, who plays an astronaut, just back from a year alone in space. The series is being produced by CBS TV Studios and Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television, reports Daily News.

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