Looks like yet another franchise has done a female reboot: We've got a baby Bobby Kennedy, and it's a girl! While we wait for Meghan Markle to give birth to the first half-American Windsor royal, we can at least sate ourselves with the birth of a new all-American royal. Robert F. Kennedy III, grandson of RFK, former secretary of state and brother to JFK, and his wife, Amaryllis Fox, just welcomed their first child, a daughter named Bobby. And friends, she is cute.

Oh, you weren't aware that America's most famous political family was expanding this winter? Well, allow us a brief explainer on this particular branch of the Kennedy family tree. You know environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. from marrying Curb Your Enthusiasm's Cheryl Hines. You know his daughter, Kyra, from being part of the "Snap Pack" who once trolled Allie Jones on Instagram. You know his son, Conor, from dating Taylor Swift. This is about his other son, Robert. Robert F. Kennedy III. Caught up? Then let's continue.

Over the summer, RFK3 married Amaryllis Fox, a woman whose name conjures images of a spunky forest fairy princess with a talking owl for a best friend. But no, according to the Daily Mail, Fox is just your regular old run-of-the-mill former CIA operative. She and Kennedy married (at the Kennedy compound in Cape Cod) in July. The groom wore a floral patterned jacket and a bow tie made seemingly of butterfly wings.

Though their daughter arrived on January 7, the couple just posted an Instagram announcement of her birth yesterday. Wrote Fox, "Baby Bobby arrived safe and snug on January 7th at 6:27 pm. She’s named for her father, grandfather and great grandfather, carrying their legacy into a future where women stand shoulder to shoulder with their fathers, brothers, and sons to do the work of love in the world. May she hold in her heart their fathomless commitment to human dignity, peace among nations, and protection of our natural world." Yes! Let's make giving daughters, not just sons, meaningful names the first big baby trend of the new year. See below for pictures of the very happy family:

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Magical hours and days these are. . Baby Bobby arrived safe and snug on January 7th at 6:27 pm. She’s named for her father, grandfather and great grandfather, carrying their legacy into a future where women stand shoulder to shoulder with their fathers, brothers, and sons to do the work of love in the world. May she hold in her heart their fathomless commitment to human dignity, peace among nations, and protection of our natural world. . During this pregnancy, Bobcat and I traveled many thousands of miles together, visiting distant corners of this beautiful earth, working with some of the world’s most poor and finding, again and again, human spirit so rich. . After that long journey, this littlest fur cub was born on the first day of epiphany, the season set aside by ancient christians to mark the realization that love vanquishes all. As I hold her softly breathing in my arms, surrounded by love in our warm den, that couldn’t feel more fitting. . Every day, we, each of us, experience the mysteries of life, of love, of family, of grace. May we revel in the vastness of the great beauty we share, strengthened to bridge the small details we do not. May we do right by one another, friends and strangers alike. Look after one another, protect one another, love one another the way we do our littlest ones. Because in the end, each of us is just a baby grown. Each of us, a caretaker in waiting. Destined to save and savor one another. United in a community I can only dream may one day be as filled to overflowing as our little bear pack feels tonight. 🐾❤️

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Some weeks are so filled to overflowing that it’s hard to conjure words. This was one of those. . Marriage is a mysterious thing — intimate yet communal, earthly yet sacred. In promising our lives to one another, we also promise them to our communities, our country, our world. To hold one another up, to love fiercely and unconditionally, to remember, even in the times of most trial, that we are all parts of one being, destined in our deepest hearts to honor and protect one another as we would honor and protect ourselves. . Never have two people felt luckier in their tribe than we have this week, surrounded by friends and family and music and laughter and wisdom and joy as we crossed the beaming threshold. . And never have I felt deeper love for this country, making our happy way back west, kayaking the great lakes and biking across the mighty Mississippi. Every time I think I know this land, it shows me something still richer, still more full of promise and beauty and hope. . May we each find in our love for those we most treasure a wellspring of love for those we don’t yet know. Or don’t think we want to know. Because that is the ultimate gift of love. It’s a fractal, an inexhaustible, self-replicating force, more powerful than division or darkness or fear. The way we love one person affects hearts in distant corners. Our ripples spread farther than we know. A single act of love can become a hundred thousand. And devotion to one beautiful, beloved other can heal the distance between us all. . #love #marriage #community #wedding #peace

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