WATCH: Shahs of Sunset co-star Mercedes ‘MJ’ Javid on her horrible birthing experience
Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi has given birth to her first child— a beautiful baby boy named Elijah.
"The baby arrived last night in Los Angeles at 8:50 p.m., 6.5 pounds, 19.5 inches. Everyone is doing great and Golnesa is beyond excited to be a mum and start this new adventure," the Shahs of Sunset star's representative told Page Six.
The single mother— who documented her pregnancy journey on the hit Bravo series— previously revealed she planned on naming her bundle of joy Elijah, after her favourite American actor.
"Honestly, since I was little, I have been in love with Elijah Wood. I remember first seeing him in [1992's] Radio Flyer. He was just, the guy for me. My best friend and I even had a bet where I said if I had a boy, I'd name him Elijah. So when I found out I was pregnant with a boy, I was like, 'Well, that's settled,'" she told PEOPLE.
"It’s a Hebrew name, so it’s kind of honours my ‘Donor Daddy,’ as I call him," she added. "It was just perfect; it all worked out perfectly."
Earlier this month, the 38-year-old opened up about her birthing plans, admitting she was nervous to welcome a child during this time of uncertainty.
"We are living in such a weird time right now with this Coronavirus situation that has changed everything for everyone," GG said on E!'s digital series, Just the Sip.
"Being eight and a half months pregnant and scared to leave my house. I can't go to doctors regularly anymore. I have an autoimmune disease and I'm going through issues with that. And knowing I have to get isolated in a room, it's been a little tough the last few weeks. It's been tough. It's been scary."
"Emotionally I definitely wasn't expecting to be in this position," she also told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live. "I would say the last two months have weighed a little heavy on me because I haven't really been able to interact with my friends, or had that physical support of friends being around, and knowing that I can't have all my family with me in the hospital to see my son as soon as he is born... it makes me really sad, it makes me sad."
After successfully completing in vitro fertilization with the help of a sperm donor, GG— who split from her husband Shalom Yeroushalmi in 2017 after seven weeks together—announced she was pregnant in October 2019. The big reveal came just months after she had an ectopic pregnancy and was forced to remove both Fallopian tubes.
Speaking about her miscarriage, GG told PEOPLE: "For weeks, [I was] playing the, 'Who am I supposed to be mad at?' game. I wanted to blame someone and I couldn't. I kept blaming myself because no one had an answer. I checked back into therapy, to try to figure out how to work this all."