'Calm' Mariah Carey gives birth to baby boy and girl with husband Nick Cannon by her side
Singing superstar has yet to announce the twins' names.
NEW YORK -- Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon celebrated their third anniversary with another milestone: becoming parents to a baby girl and boy.
Carey's representative, Cindi Berger, confirmed the births to The Associated Press. The singing superstar gave birth Saturday at 9:07 p.m. PDT at an undisclosed hospital in Los Angeles. Berger says the baby girl was born first, weighing five pounds, three ounces, and was 18 inches long; her brother was next, at five pounds six ounces, and was 19 inches.
Berger says the couple has not named the children yet. Cannon drove Carey to the hospital in their Rolls-Royce Phantom. Berger said the 41-year-old Carey, who had gone through false labour, was calm, thinking that it was another false alarm.
Meanwhile, the 30-year-old Cannon was so nervous he went to the wrong department at the hospital, and was guided to the maternity ward by a nurse.
"It was like right out of an 'I Love Lucy' skit,'' said Berger.
Berger says they were listening to Carey's "We Belong Together'' after the children were born.
The couple are expected to renew their wedding vows on Sunday. The pair got married in 2007 after a whirlwind romance. They were the subject of endless baby rumours, and the couple actually were expecting shortly after their marriage, but Carey had a miscarriage. They did not reveal the miscarriage until she announced her pregnancy last fall.
The couple plan to live a bi-coastal life, and have luxurious nurseries in both New York and Los Angeles.
As far as more children, Carey recently declared she's done.