AceShowbiz - Congratulations to Lin-Manuel Miranda and his wife Vanessa Nadal! The creator of hit musical "Hamilton" and his wife of 7 years are expanding their family as Vanessa is pregnant with their second child.
On Saturday, December 2, the 37-year-old actor/composer and his beautiful wife walked on the red carpet at the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards, where Vanessa was seen sporting a visible growing belly. Lin-Manuel posted on his Twitter account a photo of them at the event, and a fan was quick to notice the bump.
"#BitOfANight @VAMNit (eyes emoji)," the Broadway superstar captioned the pic on Sunday. The fan later asked, "is v…?" to which Lin-Manuel simply replied with, "Oh hell yeah."
Oh hell yeah.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) December 3, 2017
Other fans joined in the comment section, congratulating the couple. "CONGRATULATIONS," a fan wrote, while another fan tweeted, "Yassss finally! Congratulations." Similarly, another fan excitedly wrote, "Does this mean. . .will there be. . .is Sebastian getting. . . *starts jumping up and down, but cautiously, which is actually quite a challenge*"
CONGRATULATIONS— dani 🗝 (@danifromengland) December 3, 2017
Yassss finally!! Congratulations— Eve Gugick (@E_mazing31) December 3, 2017
Does this mean. . .will there be. . .is Sebastian getting. . . *starts jumping up and down, but cautiously, which is actually quite a challenge*— EnrollinACAby12/15! (@badbuddhist01) December 3, 2017
The baby will be the couple's second child. They share a three-year-old son named Sebastian Miranda together. Lin-Manuel, who helped write music for Disney's "Moana", and Vanessa tied the knot in 2010.
Aside from the exciting baby news, the Tony winner, as the composer and original cast member of the musical, will reprise his role in "Hamilton" in San Juan, Puerto Rico, for three-week run in January. It marks his return since exiting Broadway production in July 2016. In a statement, the actor said, "Bringing ['Hamilton'] to Puerto Rico is a dream that I've had since we first opened at The Public Theater in 2015." He continued, "When I last visited the island, a few weeks before Hurricane Maria, I had made a commitment to not only bring the show to Puerto Rico, but also return again to the title role. In the aftermath of Maria, we decided to expedite the announcement of the project to send a bold message that Puerto Rico will recover and be back in business, stronger than ever."