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They announced they were expecting their first child back in June.
And on Tuesday, Home and Away star Tai Hara, 30, and his wife Fely Irvine, 31, were seen for the first time after welcoming their newborn baby.
While the doting parents have yet to confirm the happy news of the baby's arrival, they appeared in very high spirits as they took their little one for a walk in the sunshine around Sydney Harbour.
Fely, who was a member of children's group Hi-5, strapped the newborn tot to her chest in a leopard print baby sling.
She kept things casual in a black T-shirt and a pair of faded denim jeans, and teamed her look with black trainers.
She added a pop of colour to her outfit with a bright yellow cap, and shielded her eyes with a pair of rounded sunglasses.
Her hunky other half, who was walking their pet dog, kept thing simple in a black T-shirt and grey shorts.
it Australia have contacted Tai and Fely for further comment.
The pair announced they were expecting back in June, sharing a video which showed them relaxing on their bed at home while singing Michael Buble’s Haven’t Met You Yet.
'Hint: watch till the end,' the video was captioned.
After the adorable duet, where talented Tai also played guitar, the screen faded to black as the big news was revealed.
'Can’t wait to meet you baby Irvine Hara,' the announcement read.
The pregnancy news came two years after Tai and Fely tied the knot in a romantic ceremony at the Alila Villas in Uluwatu, Bali.
Speaking to New Idea magazine at the time, the couple said the nuptials were incredibly emotional, and they both cried while standing at the altar.
'I felt completely speechless when Fely first walked towards me in her stunning dress,' Tai gushed.
'Everything else just slips away, standing at the altar with your best friend and the love of your life. It's just the two of you, the most overwhelming experience. I tried to hold it together...' Fely said.
The pair met four years ago when they both auditioned for Hi-5.
Fely performed with the children's group from 2009 to 2011, before being replaced by Dayen Zheng.
While Tai was not successful, he later went on to score the role of Andy Barrett on Home and Away, who he portrayed for three years.