Celebrity baby births of 2017: Amal Clooney, Janet Jackson, Gal Gadot and more new moms

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George and Amal Clooney became first-time parents in June 2017 with the births of their twins -- but they're certainly not the only Hollywood stars to welcome new babies this year.

While celebrities usually love the maximum amount of publicity, pregnancies are a little different: Many stars try to keep their bumps under wraps, and they often don't reveal they've delivered until days or even weeks later! Jesse Eisenberg and his girlfriend kept tight-lipped about the birth of their baby boy, whose name is still a secret. And Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk waited two months before venturing out in public with their newborn daughter.

Take a look at all the stars who've given birth in 2017 (so far!):

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Following one of the most buzzed-about pregnancies in years, George and Amal Clooney became first-time parents when they welcomed twins -- Ella and Alexander -- on June 6, 2017.
Molly Sims gave birth to little Grey Douglas in January 2017.
Hoda Kotb adopted her first child, a baby girl named Haley Joy. She was born on Valentine's Day 2017.
Model Irina Shayk and hunky Bradley Cooper had their first child in April 2017 -- and with those genes, she's sure to be a knockout!
Jimmy Kimmel's wife, Molly, gave birth to their second child on April 21 -- and just hours after his delivery, he was slated for open heart surgery. Kimmel opened up about the terrifying events, getting emotional on-air as he detailed his newborn's difficult journey. Thankfully, little Billy is now on track to a full recovery. 
Ciara and husband Russell Wilson welcomed baby Sienna Princess on April 28 after months of public anticipation! Ciara documented the pregnancy heavily via social media up until the big day.
At 50 years old, Janet Jackson welcomed her very first child, a boy named Eissa Al Mana. She and her husband, Qatari business magnate Wissam Al Mana, split not long after.
He largely stays out of the spotlight, but reports confirmed that Jesse Eisenberg and girlfriend Anna Strout welcomed their first child in early 2017.
Benedict Cumberbatch and his wife, Sophie Hunter, grew their family by one with the birth of son Hal Auden on March 3. His big brother is Christopher, born in 2015.
Natalie Portman and her husband, choreographer Benjamin Millepied, had their second child on Feb. 22. Her name is Amalia Millipied.
Zooey Deschanel and her husband, Jacob Pechenik, had their second child in spring 2017, her rep confirmed. Little Charlie's older sister is Elsie, who was born in 2015.
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott increased their already-full household with their fifty child, born on March 2. Little Beau is the perfect addition to "our big, beautiful and healthy family," Tori told People.
Gal Gadot gave birth to a Wonder Woman of her own in March 2017! She and her husband, Yaron Versano, were already parents to daughter Alma, born in 2011.
Backstreet Boys star AJ McLean and his wife Rochelle Deanna Karidis had the perfect name for a sure-to-be musically inclined baby: Their daughter, Lyric, was born in March.
Chad Michael Murray and Sarah Roemer excitedly announced the birth of their second child, a girl, in March 2017. Their first son was born in 2015.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Camilla Luddington and her boyfriend Matthew Alan announced the birth of their baby girl, Hayden, in spring 2017.
Pharrell Williams and Helen Lasichanh welcomed triplets (!!!) in January 2017. The little trio have an 8-year-old brother, Rocket. (By the way, this is the couple just a few months after Helen gave birth!)
Armie Hammer's wife, Elizabeth Chambers, gave birth to their second child in January 2017. The baby boy, Ford Douglas, has a big sister in 2-year-old Harper Grace.
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