PHOTO: Married to Medicine’s Quad Webb Shares First Look at Her Baby Girl Ari, Reminds Fans That “Life is Precious”

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PHOTO: Married to Medicine's Quad Webb Shares First Look at Her Baby Girl Ari, Reminds Fans That "Life is Precious"

Quad Webb has finally shared the first photo of her new baby girl.

The Married to Medicine cast member took to her Instagram page to give her fans and followers a look at her precious Ariana, who she calls Ari, while also making a point to share a powerful message in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

“Life is precious, it should be protected and valued #blacklivesmatter,” Quad, 40, wrote in the caption of her June 23 post, which appeared to show the reality star holding the hand of her child, who was wearing a cute pink onesie.

Following the post, Quad’s co-star, Dr. Jackie Walters, shared a congratulatory message to her.

Married to Medicine's Dr. Jackie Walters Congratulates Quad Webb on Baby Girl

As Married to Medicine fans may recall, Quad, who finalized her split from her ex-husband, Dr. Gregory Lunceford, in December 2019, first revealed her exciting baby news on Instagram Live to DELUX Magazine in May.

“We have a new baby that’s on the way, and so we’re very happy about her. She’s in the hospital right now, and she is eight pounds, so we’re very excited about her,” she said at the time. “And my mom and I have custody of her. And so, I am working really, really hard to prepare a home for her.”

“I just want to be able to give her the best life possible, and I am responsible for that, and she’s gonna get that,” Quad added.

Around the same time, Quad spoke to The Daily Dish about her first child.

“It is exciting news, and there are so many moving pieces. My mom and I are extremely happy to welcome baby Ari to her new village,” she said in a statement. “She was born on April 8th, and since then we have been working to get her home to begin what will surely be a joyous, successful and opportunity filled life.”

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