Holly Madison's Daughter Sounds Like a Very Bright PastaS

When we first met Holly Madison, she was heroically rescuing the iconic Landsdowne portrait of George Washington from the 1814 Burning of Washington by British troops. No, wait. That's Dolley Madison. When we first met Holly Madison, it was on an episode of Cribs. She was living at the Playboy Mansion with a bunch of similarly proportioned women, calling Hugh Hefner "Puffin," and pleading with him to put a ring on it. He refused, because he would never marry again. She seemed perfectly nice.

Since then, Holly has co-starred in a successful reality TV series, received top billing in her own spin-off, and begun a relationship with Electric Daisy Carnival founder Pasquale Rotella. After she moved out of the Mansion, married a 26-year-old model. Life is unpredictable.

Earlier this week (March 5) Madison gave birth to her and Rotella's first child (a baby girl): Rainbow Aurora Rotella.

The new mother (herself born Hollin Sue Cullen) told E! News that she wanted to give her daughter a unique first name, which is why she named after a girl she went to school with:

"I wanted to give my daughter a unique name. Growing up, there was a girl in my school named Rainbow and I was so envious of that name. I thought it was so pretty and unique!"

"Aurora," is after Disney's Princess Aurora, better known as Sleeping Beauty. This should come as no surprise to Holly Madison Halloween costume aficionados; Holly and her boobs dress up as Aurora all the time. It's like if you named your daughter Dirtyoldteeshirt or Nobra.

Thus concludes a radiant pregnancy.

Congrats to all.

[E! News // Image via Getty]