Paulina Rubio
Singers Paulina Rubio (R) and Gerardo Bazua attend the 22nd Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Oscar Viewing Party on March 2, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

Mexican singer Paulino Rubio and musician Gerardo Bazúa welcomed their first child together last March, and now they have presented him to the world through some beautiful family photos on Hola! magazine.

In the interview, Rubio revealed that they decided to name their baby Eros, which refers to the god of love in Greek mythology. “We knew from the beginning we wanted to name him like a Greek mythology god,” she said.

Also known as “La Chica Dorada,” Paulina posed with “the men of her life,” which include her new baby, her partner Bazúa and her first son, 5-year-old Andrea Nicolás, from her former marriage to Spanish businessman Nicolás Vallejo-Nágera.

Check out some of the beautiful photos from Pau’s cover story:

Only one month after giving birth on March 5, the singer also presented her baby (sort of) on social media. “Sin Palabras...No Words...,” she expressed on Instagram along with a photo of her son's feet wrapped around (most likely) Paulina's hands in a heart shape.

Pau kept her pregnancy pretty much under wraps this time around, which is why we’re not surprised that many fans were unaware of Pau's joyous news.

Earlier this year in January, however, her mother Susana Dosamantes spilled the beans and announced she was going to be a grandmother of another boy. She later denied saying anything, but the proof lives in a video. Paulina also stopped appearing publicly. The last time she made an appearance, prior to her birth, was at the Latin American Music Awards in October 2015.

According to People en Español, the couple met three years ago when Rubio was one of the judges in the 2013 edition of the reality show “La Voz Mexico.” Bazúa was one of the contestants and nabbed the third place in the competition, but seemingly won much more.

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