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Kevin Jonas welcomes first child

Kevin Jonas welcomes first child

Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle take in the Broadway musical Cinderella at the Broadway Theatre. Photo: WENN/Joseph Marzullo

Jonas Brothers star Kevin Jonas has become a father for the first time.

The singer’s wife, Danielle, gave birth to a baby girl on Sunday afternoon.

Kevin took to Twitter.com to share the first photo of Danielle holding their bundle of joy, with a caption that reads, “On this day, a little star was born. Meet Alena Rose Jonas.”

Kevin’s younger brother, Nick Jonas, also took to the microblogging site to acknowledge the happy news just days after the brothers’ grandfather passed away.

He tweeted, “My grandfather’s memorial was yesterday. Today we welcome a new addition to the jonas family. God is great. Can’t wait to meet my new niece.”

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