Emily Maynard and husband Tyler Johnson have announced the name of their third son.

Tyler first broke the news on Wednesday by captioning a sweet photo of the baby, "Gatlin Avery Johnson. 8lbs 5oz.20 [inches]. May you love the Lord and love the brotherhood. John 13:35, 1 Peter 2:17."

And then on Thursday, Emily confirmed the name of their third child together.

"We finally came up with a name and were able to leave the hospital! Meet Gatlin Avery Johnson, the sweetest little brother this family ever could've asked for," the eighth-season The Bachelorette star captioned the same photo Tyler had posted one day earlier.

Emily gave birth to her fourth child -- as she's mom to Tyler's children Jennings, 2, and Gibson Kyle, 1, as well as her 12-year-old daughter Ricki from a previous relationship -- on November 12.

Although the couple shared adorable photos of their little bundle of joy that day, neither Emily or Tyler revealed whether they had welcomed a new son or daughter.

On Monday, however, Emily shared a family photo on social media that announced the baby's gender.

"God is so good... my cup runneth over... {welcome New Baby Johnson to the world. If anyone has any good boy names send them my way! We need help!}" she wrote.

And Tyler had also written on Instagram that day, "So many emotions. 1) this woman is my everything," alongside a photo of Emily holding the new baby.

"She is so extraordinary," Tyler continued. "I'm so blessed God gave her to me. 2) Ricki is still the queen. I love you my sweet angel. 3) Johnson boys- LETS GO!! 4) I feel very overwhelmed at God's blessings. I am a sinner saved by grace and even though I'm so broken God says 'I love you.' Thank you Jesus! 1 John 4:19. #4."

The couple first announced they were expecting Emily's fourth child in late August following months of speculation she was pregnant again.

Emily and Tyler wed in June 2014 and welcomed Jennings in July of the following year. Gibson later arrived in September 2016. Emily had Ricki with Ricky Hendrick, a NASCAR driver who tragically died at age 24 in a 2004 plane crash when the jewelry designer was pregnant for the first time.

Years after Ricky passed away, Emily appeared on Season 15 of The Bachelor starring Brad Womack. Brad ultimately proposed during the March 2011 finale but they split that same year.

Emily then became The Bachelorette star in 2012, when winner Jef Holm popped the question. The pair broke up in October of that year, a few months after the finale aired on ABC.

Emily experienced heartbreak three times before falling in love with Tyler, a man she had met at church, but she had told the press in recent years she has no regrets.
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