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Ana Ortiz
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updated 9/25/2011 2:44:55 PM ET 2011-09-25T18:44:55

Ana Ortiz is now a proud mother of two!

The former “Ugly Betty” actress and her husband, Noah Lebenzon, welcomed their second child, Rafael Lebenzon, on Saturday morning, according to Latina.com.

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The baby boy weighed in at 7 lbs., 7 oz., according to the website, and his parents have yet to decide on a middle name for their new bundle of joy.

Back in May, Ana, who is half-Puerto Rican, told Latina.com she hoped to choose a baby name that would reflect her heritage.

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“It has to be Spanish,” she told the website in an e-mail at the time. “But something non-speakers can pronounce without mauling.”

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As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Ana married her musician beau in June 2007, and gave birth to a baby girl, Paloma Louise Lebenzon, in June 2009.

Ana will next be seen on HBO’s “Hung,” alongside series star Thomas Jane.

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