“Sons of Anarchy” Maggie Siff Welcomes Baby Girl, Season 7 Begins Weeks Before Tara’s Death

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By Riza Ornos | April 16, 2014 3:03 PM EST

After saying goodbye to her role as SAMCRO's first lady, "Sons of Anarchy" star Maggie Siff welcomes her first born to the world. The actress recently posted a new photo of her as she cradles her new bundle of joy whom she introduced to her fans via Twitter.

The photo comes along with a simple caption, "#Lucy." Known for her role as Dr. Tara Knowles-Teller in FX biker drama series, Siff is glowing as she holds Lucy on her arms."

She announced the good news of her growing family on Monday, April 14.

Many of her SOA fans are still not over her tragic end in the show's Season 6 thanks to all the deceptions and lies. The fake pregnancy and miscarriage just to trick Jax into signing a restraining order against Gemma did not help as she met her bloody end at the hands of Jax's mother.

"Sons of Anarchy" Season 7 Begins Weeks Before Tara's Death

When asked if she watched the Season 6 finale, "A Mothers Work," Maggie revealed that she hates watching herself but she made an exception about the finale.

"I hate watching myself!" says Maggie in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter. "I honestly don't often do it, but I did want to see that episode just because it was the finale, in more ways than one for me, and I thought it was important to watch it put together."

Now that the show is on its seventh and final season, "Sons of Anarchy" Season 7 opens weeks before Tara's death and many fans are speculating how Gemma will play innocent on Tara's murder. Her death is the last straw to text Jax and his commitment to the club, but now that his own "true north" is gone the SAMCRO president will have to struggle to move on with his life.

Scheduled to kick off on September, SOA Season 7 will feature Drea de Matteo who plays Jax's ex-wife will return as the show's regular. But there is no confirmation yet on her role for Jax's son Abel. Marcus Alvarez played by Emilio Rivera and Billy Brown played by August Marks are also going back to Charming including SAMCRO's rival club The Mayans.

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