Amber Tamblyn Reveals Baby's Adorable Name With the Help of Her Hero

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This celebrity baby's name was just revealed in a completely unique and lovely way. In her enthusiasm, mom Amber Tamblyn shared her daughter's name as it appears at the top of a letter her newborn received from none other than former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Her name (and her very special keepsake) are completely charming.


Tamblyn, who recently welcomed her first child with her husband, David Cross, originally made a joke on Instagram that the couple named their daughter "Dauphinoise Petunia Brittany Scheherazade Von Funkinstein Mustard Witch RBG Cross Tamblyn-Bey Jr."

We're kinda glad the little girl, who's sure to have a delightful sense of humor, is actually named Marlow Alice Cross, as revealed in this note, written by the former secretary of state.

Amber Tamlyn baby name reveal

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"Dear Marlow," Clinton wrote. "Happy birthday! Your birth has been a source of great joy for your parents, Amber and David, and your vast community of admirers and champions. I send my best wishes to you for a lifetime of amazing accomplishments and adventures, full of love, learning and friendship."

The significance of this was not lost on Tamblyn, who captioned the photo: "The one day I put mascara on Hillary Clinton sends us this letter for our daughter. Crying now."

It has to mean so much to the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star, who campaigned for the former First Lady.

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Looks like little Marlow already has something pretty impressive to put in her scrapbook, as her mom continued on Instagram:

"A letter from one spectacular woman who has lived so much to another who has only just begun. My heart is as full as this diaper I'm about to change. Thank you, Hillary, grandmother to us all."

What a sweet and funny sentiment. Now, if I were Amber or David, I'd put that letter in a frame, safely out of reach. Because if Marlow is anything like other little ones I know, she'll have that letter either shredded or covered in crayon before she's even 4 years old.

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