Rob and Amber Mariano's baby, their fourth, has arrived and everybody in the family is doing well. Adelina Rose joins the family, and People shared the scoop on Tuesday. Little Adelina joins three big sisters in this “Survivor” home.
This “Survivor” couple now has four daughters. They have Lucia Rose, 4, Carina Rose, 3, Isabetta Rose, 2 and now Adelina Rose. Rob and Amber Mariano's baby girl Adelina was born last Friday morning. Rob shared some photos via Twitter, and it seems everybody is doing well.
Rob and Amber are smiling in one photo with Adelina that Mariano shared on Twitter. The “Survivor” star later shared another one showing the three older girls smiling as they look at their new little sister in her bassinet. Having four girls all under the age of four might be daunting to some, but it seems Rob and Amber love it.
Just days before Adelina Rose was born, Rob joked on Twitter that Father's Day was “The third most important day of the year... Right behind Christmas and Halloween of course!!!” It's clear that the “Survivor” star fully embraces his job as daddy. He told Us Weekly in one interview that “Being a father is by far the most fulfilling thing I've ever done.”
Rob Mariano and Amber Brkich both played separately in early seasons of “Survivor,” then they connected during the 2003 All-Stars season. Amber may have taken home the prize that season, but Rob proposed during the live finale and won her over. They later competed on “The Amazing Race” together twice and got married in 2005. Of course Rob later returned to “Survivor” two more times and he won the “Redemption Island” season.
While Rob has gone on to do a few other reality TV shows as well, his primary focus and passion clearly is his family. Now that the couple has four little girls, is their family complete? The “Survivor” star has previously joked about being outnumbered, but he's also said it's fun and exciting. For now it seems the focus will be on Rob and Amber Mariano's baby girl Adalina Rose, and fans are thrilled they are all doing so well.