'Sex' Arrival: A Boy for Cynthia Nixon

12/17/2002 at 11:00 AM EST

"Sex and the City" star Cynthia Nixon and her boyfriend of 15 years, Danny Mozes, are the proud parents of their second child, a healthy baby boy, a spokesperson for HBO confirms to PEOPLE.

Their son, Charles Ezekiel Mozes, was born Monday in New York and weighed 7 lbs. 10 oz.

The couple's first child, daughter Samantha, is 6. "Cynthia, Danny, Samantha and baby Charles are all doing fine," reads a statement from the network.

The 36-year-old actress is currently on hiatus from her HBO hit -- whose producers might consider building a new nursery. This marks the second child of a "Sex and the City" star this season. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's first baby -- named James Wilkie Broderick, in honor of his Matthew's late grandfather -- was born Oct. 27.

Meanwhile, on the subject of Parker, 36, she dropped a notch on the list of best-accessorized celebrities, as announced by the Accessories Council. (This important body consists of accessories editors at fashion magazines and the council's board, which includes manufacturers and retailers.)

Last year, Parker held the top spot -- only this year, she's No.2. The new No. 1? Why, it's J.Lo -- thanks to her hoop earrings, fringe belts, strappy stilettos and flashy engagement ring from Ben Affleck.

Rounding out the Top 10 (in order), according to the council: Kim Cattrall, Ashley Judd, Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz -- the first male ever to make the list -- Mary J. Blige, Katie Couric, Debra Messing and Gwen Stefani.

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