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Thomas Beatie
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Thomas, formerly Tracy, made headlines last year when he was photographed with a beard and a baby bump.
Access Hollywood
updated 6/11/2009 10:01:45 AM ET 2009-06-11T14:01:45

Thomas Beatie, the so-called “pregnant man,” gave birth to his second child on Tuesday, ABC News reported. The child, a boy, joins sister Susan Juliette.

Thomas, formerly Tracy, decided to keep his female reproductive organs before undergoing a sex change operation and made headlines last year when he was photographed with a beard and a baby bump.

His wife, Nancy, will reportedly nurse the boy, as she did with Susan. The couple has not yet decided on a name.

The pair announced Thomas’ second pregnancy in an interview with Barbara Walters last November.

The baby boy arrived right on schedule — he was due on June 12.

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