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Britney Spears and her husband Kevin Federline welcomed a baby boy on Sept. 14.
Access Hollywood
updated 9/22/2005 1:35:07 PM ET 2005-09-22T17:35:07

As soon as Britney Spears gave birth to Sean Preson earlier this month, the race for the first photo of mom and baby was on.

While magazines, TV shows and paparazzi scramble for the first photo and interview, could it be that one publication has already landed the goods?

"We've got Britney and the baby this week," OK! Magazine chief Richard Desmond revealed to Access Hollywood.

So we sent our intrepid reporter Tim Vincent to talk with the mag's editor to see if it was true that they landed the coveted Britney baby photo.

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"Richard has told me you've got the pictures of Britney and her baby," Tim told OK! editor Sarah Ivens.

"Well, we love Britney, so you'll have to watch the space," she coyly replied.

"Well Richard Desmond has already told me," Tim insisted, hoping to squeeze some info out of her.

"Has he? He's a rascal," she smiled. "Well, Richard's my boss so he can say that if he wants to."

Find out if OK! did in fact land the first Britney baby photo when the new issue hits stands next week.

For more exclusive Britney photos and features, check out our Access Britney section.

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