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Nobody can keep a secret like Maya Rudolph.

Seriously. The name of the “Saturday Night Live” alum’s fourth child has just been revealed to the public, nearly a full year after giving birth on August 1.

Rudolph and her partner, director Paul Thomas Anderson, called their nearly-one-year-old daughter Minnie Ida Anderson, in honor of the comedienne’s mother, TMZ reports.

Per TMZ, the birth certificate must be filed before the baby’s first birthday in the state of California.

Still, it’s a major feat in this social media-saturated society that a celebrity as high-profile as Rudolph managed to keep Minnie’s name under wraps.

Not everything about her life is a complete secret, though. Rudolph will next hit theaters in the Disney animated feature “Big Hero 6” this fall.

NBC execs also revealed this month that there is an “active creative discussion” about picking up more episodes of her one-off variety special, “The Maya Rudolph Show.”

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