AceShowbiz - Danielle Panabaker has given birth to her second child. On Wednesday, July 6, "The Flash" actress announced that she and her husband Hayes Robbins had welcomed their baby into the world, but they have not shared the name or the sex of the tot similarly to the birth of their first in April 2020.
When sharing the good news, the 34-year-old actress let out a photo of herself holding a tiny pair of socks on Instagram. Along with the snap, she wrote, "Our family just got a little bigger. Baby is healthy + happy and we're basking in all the love."
Panabaker announced in January that she was pregnant. She wrote on Instagram at the time, "Can't keep it to myself anymore, swipe to see what's keeping me smiling!" She then posted a picture of herself holding onto her baby bump.
"Supergirl" actress Bitsie Tulloch was among the many stars to congratulate Panabaker and Robbins. She wrote, "Awwww yay it's finally public! Wooohooooo baby number twooooooo (sic)" Fiona Gubelmann, the star of "The Good Doctor", also commented, "Congratulations."
In April 2020, Panabaker took to social media to announce she had given birth to her and Robbins' first child together. She admitted it was an "indescribable feeling" holding their little one in her arms, writing at the time, "This was good but holding you in my arms is an indescribable feeling. Happy to announce that our baby was born and we are safe, happy, and healthy at home (sic)"
Several stars congratulated the couple, including her "The Flash" co-stars Danielle Nicolet and Shantel VanSanten. Nicolet wrote on Instagram, "So happy for you, and can't wait until we can all be in the same room together! (sic)" Additionally, VanSanten shared, "CONGRATS (sic)," and Alison Brie wrote, "Congratulations!! Much love to the whole family! (sic)"
Danielle had shared a picture of her baby bump just five days beforehand, when she encouraged others to social distance amid the coronavirus pandemic. She posted, "#IStayHomeFor my grandparents and my family, for the healthcare workers who can't and fearlessly save lives. (sic)"