Jordan Fisher Feels 'So Incredibly Blessed' After Welcoming First Child With Wife Ellie
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The 'To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You' actor, who wed Ellie Woods back in November 2021, also reveals the name of their newborn son when announcing the baby's arrival.

AceShowbiz - Jordan Fisher has finally become a first-time father. Having welcomed his first child with wife Ellie Woods, the "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" actor gushed about feeling "so incredibly blessed."

Making use of Instagram on Friday, June 10, the 28-year-old shared a video featuring pictures throughout Ellie's pregnancy and some photos of their new bundle of joy. In the caption, he first penned, "what a journey this has been."

"we're so incredibly blessed to finally meet our first born," the new parent went on raving. He then divulged the baby's name and the time the tot was born, writing, "riley william fisher - june 7… at 4:20pm."

Jordan, who tied the knot with Ellie in November 2021, confirmed her pregnancy back in December 2021 by sharing a sweet video on Instagram. In the clip, he was brought to tears as his spouse surprised him with a positive pregnancy test in the pocket of his jacket.

Under the instructions of his wife, Jordan closed his eyes while she helped him put on a jacket. She then told him to stick his hand in his pocket, saying, "Now, do me a favor and put your hands in your pockets.".

Once he did, the former "Dancing with the Stars" winner realized what's inside and his expression showed genuine shock as well as pure joy. He burst into happy tears as he hugged his pregnant wife.

In separate footage, Ellie also cried tears of joy as she learned that she was pregnant, seemingly before she shared the news with her husband. Tears streamed down her face as she showed her positive test result.

Next, the couple revealed the sex of their baby to family members. Via video call, they asked their loved ones to take a bite out of a cupcake and blue frosting was revealed. "It's a boy!" Jordan exclaimed.

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