It's a Boy For Speidi

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Heidi and Spencer Pratt, better known as Speidi (the longest-lasting of the early- to mid-aughts celebrity relationship portmanteaus), are now the parents of their first child, a baby boy named Gunner Stone.


The couple landed their first Us Weekly cover story in years after revealing their pregnancy earlier this year (I’m using the plural possessive determiner here because there is no other celebrity couple whose relationship is so intense and iconic that it has rendered them almost unimaginable as two separate entities), and have appeared in the headlines a number of times since—once for chatting with Alex Jones on a beach, another for releasing a spectacular set of pregnancy photos.

Anyway, Gunner (not Gunnar, as People incorrectly spelled it) is here, his middle name references crystals, and Speidi has once again proven they have no intention of leaving the gossip rags anytime soon.

[Gossip Cop]

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[Gossip Cop]

“I feel really bad that anyone was ever offended. I feel really bad that this was taken such a wrong way and I genuinely feel like shit. I have no idea how I’m gonna bounce back from it.”

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The name Gunner is bad. While I can’t hate on Speidi for having the baby today (babies gonna arrive when babies gonna arrive) the release of that name this morning takes my opinion from merely “bad” to “very distasteful.”