Fifth Child Is on the Way for James Van Der Beek and Wife Kimberly
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Also expecting a new bundle of joy are 'The Good Wife' star Josh Charles and his wife of four years Sophie, who is pregnant with their baby No. 2.

AceShowbiz - James Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly are about to welcome their fifth bundle of joy. On Friday, February 23, the "Dawson's Creek" alum announced the exciting news on his Instagram account with adorable photo of his growing family.

The photo saw Kimberly lying on the bed while showing off her bare growing belly. The couple's four children, 7-year-old Olivia, 5-year-old Joshua, 4-year-old Annabel and 1-year-old Emilia, were also spotted in the photo, cradling their mom's baby bump.

"Thrilled beyond belief to announce that we are once again adding to our family," James wrote in the caption. "And I say 'beyond belief' because some people are probably wondering if we're out of our minds. Which we might very well be... but I couldn't be more excited. Or grateful. Or in awe of @vanderkimberly."

James's "Dawson's Creek" co-star Katie Holmes was so quick to congratulate the couple, who tied the knot in 2010. "Wow! Congratulations!!!!" the 39-year-old actress wrote in the comment section. Mary-Margaret Humes also commented, "Like, I was JUST saying to you...."

Also announcing exciting news are Josh Charles and wife Sophie Flack. "The Good Wife" star and his wife of four years are expecting baby No. 2.

Sophie, who married the 46-year-actor in 2013, took to her Instagram account to share a photo of herself baring her baby bump and wearing a T-shirt that read, "I woke up like this." She captioned the snap, "Oh by the way..."

In no time, people flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages for the couple, who is already proud parents to their first son who was born in December 2014. Among them was Bobby Cannavale who said, "WHAAAAAA?!!!!!! @sophsf (heart emojis) you guys!"

Oh, by the way...

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