Yvonne Strahovski Shows Intimate Moment With Son in First Picture of the Newborn Baby
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Gushing about her baby boy, the 'Handmaid's Tale' star and first-time mom says her 'heart has melted into a billion pieces a thousand times already.'

AceShowbiz - Yvonne Strahovski can now officially add a mom to her resume. The Australian actress recently welcomed her first son with husband Tim Loden and took to Instagram on Monday, October 15 to share the happy news.

The "Chuck" alum posted a black-and-white picture of her embracing the little bundle of joy, who sleeps soundly on her chest. Clearly smitten by the baby boy, she opened up about her feelings in the caption as writing, "My heart has melted into a billion pieces a thousand times already [heart emoji] We have been blessed with the greatest joy of our lives, our baby boy. Welcome to the world Peanut, your parents love you beyond measure and you are already my little dream boat. My heart has been stolen!"

The baby, whose name isn't revealed yet by the new mom, is Yvonne's first child with Tim. The 36-year-old actress announced her pregnancy in May by sharing a photo of her growing belly on Instagram.

"I am very excited to finally be able to share my special news," she wrote at the time. "I'm going to be a Mama! So very exciting to watch & feel this little Peanut growing every day!"

Yvonne, who portrays Serena Joy Waterford on "The Handmaid's Tale", announced on the red carpet of the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards that she had wed Tim at secret nuptials. She flaunted her burgeoning baby bump at the 2018 Emmy Awards last month, during which she accidentally revealed that she's expecting a baby boy.

"I'm just gonna hold him in there hope for the best," she told E!'s Giuliana Rancic, referencing to the unborn baby with a male pronoun. "I just let it slip earlier didn't I?" she added. "Breaking news!"

Playing a character who is not able to conceive on Hulu's hit series "The Handmaid's Tale", Yvonne admitted hiding her pregnancy was quite tricky. "It was quite interesting hiding the pregnancy actually, as my first trimester was [from] episode nine through to the end of The Handmaid's Tale," she said on an Australian talk show in May. "In the end I was over hiding it so I said, 'you know what, I'm pregnant.' People thought I had the flu. They were scared to come near me."

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