AceShowbiz - Aaron Paul and Lauren Parsekian are expecting their second child. When sharing the happy news, the "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" actor and his wife admitted that they "can't wait" for the birth of their baby No. 2.
Announcing the exciting news was Lauren. On Wednesday, December 1, the 34-year-old mom took to her Instagram account to share a photo of her with her 3-year-old daughter Story Annabelle Paul. "We can't wait to meet you baby! We love you so much already," she captioned the sweet post. The film director/actress added black heart and hatching chick emojis in her caption.
The sweet picture was taken in front of a large fireplace as Lauren lifted an oversize black sweatshirt to show off her growing pregnant belly to her daughter Story, who placed her hands on her mom's baby bump. In the image, the soon-to-be mom-of-two wore maternity-friendly sweatpants.
In the comments section, many of her celebrity friends and followers expressed their happiness for the growing family. "Red Riding Hood" actor Shiloh Fernandez wrote, "Oh ma goodness! Yes!" while "One Tree Hill" alum Sophia Bush left four red heart emojis. In the meantime, "Mission: Impossible 3" actress Michelle Monaghan chimed in, "Yassssss," adding several heart emojis.
One fan also sent her a congratulatory note that read, "So exciting!!! Congrats to you and the family." A second social media user penned, "Aahhh such great news!!!! Congrats love! So happy for you and your family."
Aaron has yet to make a statement about his wife's pregnancy. Aaron and Lauren, who met at Coachella and married at Malibu's Calimigo's Ranch in 2013, welcomed their first child in 2018. "There are no words that will ever be able to explain what just happened to my heart," Lauren wrote of Story when she arrived.
When announcing their first pregnancy, Aaron took to his Instagram account to unveil a picture of Lauren and her baby bump. "Hey everyone. Look what I did. Words can't express how excited I am that this little one has entered our lives. Just thought it was time I would share this beautiful news with all of you," the "Breaking Bad" actor said.