Celine Dion, Matt Damon Welcome Babies

Julie Ryan Evans

Celine Dion Celine Dion and Matt Damon both welcomed new additions to their families this week.

For Dion and husband, René Angélil, it was twin boys born at 11:11 a.m. and 11:12 a.m. this morning in West Palm Beach, Florida. They weighed 5 lb., 4 oz. and 5 lb., 10 oz. apiece.

Mom and babies are doing well, but no names have been announced as of yet.

"Celine is resting now and they plan to discuss what to name the boys when she wakes up," a rep said. "René-Charles has been to the hospital to visit his brothers and is just so excited they are here."

Matt DamonAccording to People, the babies were born via c-section. While Dion was hospitalized earlier this week, it's interesting they were delivered today given the fact that just last week Angelil vehemently  shot down rumors that a c-section was scheduled for October 22.

In any case, it's great news to hear that everyone is healthy and well. The family has been through a lot and waited a long time to expand their family, so it's especially thrilling to see that happen for them.

We can't wait to hear what names they choose for the boys.

As for Damon, we have the name!

Damon and wife Luciana welcomed daughter, Stella Zavala Damon, on Wednesday in New York, though word of the birth just came today.

“Mom and baby are both healthy… The whole family is thrilled,” a rep told Gossip Cop.

Stella joins three other sisters -- Isabella, 4, and Gia, 2, who are the children of Luciana and Damon, and Alexa, who is Damon's daughter from a previous marriage.

Matt is definitely going to be seeing pink for years and years to come, and as of now has no intention of trying to add any blue to the mix.

"My wife is about to have our fourth kid and we've drawn a line in the sand," Damon recently told Parade. "This is it. Our lives are full and wonderful and we're done having kids."

Congratulations to both families, perhaps they should try to set up a few play dates in the future.

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