Zoe Saldana and Husband Marco Perego Welcome Twin Boys, a 'Dream Come True For Both of Them'

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Zoe Saldana and her husband, Marco Perego, are the proud parents of twin boys.

According to a source for E! News, mother and baby boys are happy and healthy.

"She had her twins," a source told the website, adding that the new parents "are both so excited."

"They are surrounded by family and friends. All that matters now to Zoe and her husband is that the babies are healthy," said the source.

The Mirror was the first to break the news that the babies had arrived.

“This a dream come true for both of them, they are absolutely delighted," a source told the British tabloid. "They have been looking forward this day for the last nine months.”

Designer Prabal Gurung Instagrammed his congratulations to his "muse" on Friday.

According to E!, this is a dream come true for the Guardians of the Galaxy actress, who has said on numerous occasions that she wants a large family.

"I'm Latin—we start young, honey!" Saldana admitted on Lifetime's The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet in April 2012.

At the time, she said she might like to have "two or three" kids. "Or four or five! I don't care," she added. "They're just so delicious. I love the anxiety, the pressure of the loud room full of yapping kids. But I'm a kid myself. I get along very well with animals and children. I dig them. I get them. They make perfect sense to me. A child makes perfect sense to me. A child speaks more sense than an adult half of the time."

Two newborns to care for is a lot for anyone, but Saldana is excited about juggling career and family and doesn't seem to be concerned about the challenges she is sure to face with two little ones.

"I know that we will work everything out," Saldana told Entertainment Weekly in October. "I have to say, I'm very lucky. The great thing is that all the producers and creators involved in the projects that I've done — Avatar, Star Trek and Guardians of the Galaxy — they're very good people. So, they've been very understanding, especially with what's happening in my personal life. I've gotten nothing but support. To know that we are getting to that place where women can have that support from male driven workforces is—I have to say, it's very inspiring."

She then thought about it pragmatically and added with a laugh, "They don't have a choice! I'm not going to rip my child off my tit to go work. And if I do that, then maybe you shouldn't hire me because I am willing to sell anything.

"The good thing is that half of the people you work with are all parents, and they get it. They probably have strong wives at home that are probably going to look at them going, 'Are you out of your mind?!' See, it's having strong women around you! Once we all come together, it's perfect."

Pam Wright