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  • Adelaide Adveritiser 11 May 2005 - Supermum has done it again. Brief article/scan of Lucy announcing the birth of Judah.

  • Greek newspaper Expresso about Lucy's plans for a summer vacation in Greece

  • Woman's Day - 20 May 2002 - "Lucy's a Mum Again"

  • NZ Herald - 11 May 2002
    LUCY DELIVERS: It's been a big week for Lucy Lawless - not only has there been the birth of her third child but her first post-Xena movie has lit up the American box office. Well, kind of ... blink and you'll miss her, but Lawless makes a fleeting appearance as "punk rock girl" in director Sam Raimi's recordbusting Spider-Man. Lawless, in full goth makeup and wig, has just one line, gushing about the webbed one's coolness as he sets about busting New York's crims. Her appearance, we presume, has something to do with the friendship between former college buddies Raimi and Lawless' husband, Rob Tapert. Their first collaboration was on the horror classic The Evil Dead in 1983, and they're both partners in Renaissance Pictures, the parent company of Renaissance Pacific, the makers of Xena and Hercules.

  • NZ Herald - Short mention of Lucy's new baby

  • The following blurb appeared The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - 9 May 2002
    Congratulations to Oxford & King Street (gay areas of Sydney) pin-up girl Lucy Lawless, former star of TV cult series Xena: Warrior Princess, and husband Rob Tapert on the birth of second son Judah Miro Tapert. Judah was born at home in Auckland and has a brother Julius, 2, and a half sister Daisy, 13, from a previous marriage.

  • Added AP Report about the birth of Judah Lucy Lawless Has Baby Boy
    Tue May 7, 3:37 PM ET

    LOS ANGELES - Former "Xena: Warrior Princess" star Lucy Lawless is a mom again. The 34-year-old actress gave birth to Judah Miro Tapert on Tuesday at her home in New Zealand, according to publicist Leah Krantzler. The baby reportedly was in good health and weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces. He's the second child for Lawless and husband Robert G. Tapert, executive producer of the "Xena" television show, which went off the air last year. They also have a 2-year-old son, and Lawless has a 13-year-old daughter from a previous marriage. Lawless appeared for six seasons as the breastplated, sword-wielding warrior, whose adventures featured a mix of sex appeal, ancient mythology, campy humor and fighting action.