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'Bones' Debuts First Picture of Brennan and Booth's Baby

March 13, 2012 (7:26 am) GMT
Emily Deschanel's forensic anthropologist character is pictured cradling the newborn baby, whose face is not seen in the image, with the baby daddy on her side.
'Bones' Debuts First Picture of Brennan and Booth's Baby

The first glimpse at Brennan and Booth's baby has been shared in a new "" picture. The photo features the couple cradling their newborn child, but the baby's face can't be seen in the image since she's shown from the backside.

The episode which will see Brennan going into labor will air Monday, April 2 at 8/7c on FOX. The forensic anthropologist is due to give birth to the baby when she and Booth are investigating a prison escape.

"They end up not making it to the hospital," spilled. Thus, Brennan's working and life partner Booth has to step up and play doctor in the process, delivering their daughter in a stable.

The actress went on comparing the labor scene to her real experience when giving birth to first son Henry last September. "While Brennan screams, I barely made noise during my birth. The only similarity is that neither one of us took drugs," she shared.

, meanwhile, revealed, "The baby adds a whole different dynamic to the relationship. He added, "He [Booth] wants to be married; she [Brennan] doesn't. Where will they live? There's a lot to figure out."

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