Actor Armie Hammer and his stunning wife, Chief Correspondent of the Human Rights Foundation Elizabeth Chambers Hammer, have welcomed their second child in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 15.
Speaking with People, a rep for the 30-year-old star said, “Both Mom and baby are doing great.”
The couple’s precious newborn will join big sister Harper, 2.
The Los Angeles-based duo officially announced that they were expecting baby number two in an adorable Instagram post in September.
Armie uploaded an ultra-glamorous shot of himself rubbing wife Elizabeth’s ever-growing baby bump ahead of a screening of his film Nocturnal Animals at the Toronto International Film Festival.
He captioned the sweet upload, “Ready to start the #torontointernationalfilmfestival festivities... All three of us!”
As for the baby’s gender, the actor - who will next appear in Call Me By Your Name and Hotel Mumbai - revealed while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that their newest addition would be a boy.
And while any official announcement as to the baby’s name is yet to be made, while appearing on the talk show, Armie mused what names the couple have been considering for their little bundle of joy.
He said, “We’re thinking Jack,” before adding, “[Or] Michael Charles, and he can just go by M.C.”
“Are you really thinking about that?” joked Kimmel.
“I think I just gave away our baby name?” he replied. “I’m in so much trouble!”
Armie also revealed that big sister Harper is very excited about the family's newest addition.
“She loves it,” he said.
“I mean, she seems to love it now. If you go, ‘Where’s the baby?’ she’ll rub Mama’s belly and kiss her stomach. It’s really cute.”
The Free Fire star and his journalist wife, 34, tied the knot in May 2010 after four years of dating.
In 2013, Elizabeth - who also happens to own a prestigious bakery, Bird Bakery in San Antonio - revealed to Town and Country how Armie popped the question.
"Armie really wanted to get married," she recalled at the time.
"He sat me down and said, 'Look, we don’t have to do this. We could just go our own ways, and then one day you’ll be 40 and divorced and we’ll run into each other, and we’ll laugh and go out to dinner and have this same connection, and we’ll wonder why we wasted all of that time. Or we could just do it now and enjoy the ride.'"
Adorable. We wish the new family of four all the very best!
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