American Pie star Jason Biggs, 39, and his actress wife Jenny Mollen have announced the arrival of their second baby boy.
The couple shared a candid photo earlier this week, showing Jenny's bump at 39 weeks in all its glory with the caption: '#cooked #39weeks'
And now, sharing the happy news with his 406k followers, Jason has posted a beautiful shot of him and wife Jenny cuddling up to the latest addition.
In the caption, the couple revealed the baby name that they'd chosen for their bundle of joy.
'Lazlo Biggs. He is amazing and @jennyandteets2 is my hero. Sid and Lazlo and I are so lucky she is our mama/wifey,' Jason wrote.
image received nearly 50k likes and over 500 comments, with fans' congratulations rolling in.
'Adorable!! Congrats, best wishes!!' one exclaimed. 'Got me excited for me and my hubs first baby coming in Jan! :) take care.'
Another commented on the unusual name the pair had chosen, saying: 'Love the Hungarian name! My grandfather was Laszlo!', while a third simply couldn't contain their excitement: 'YAY!!! This is so awesome!! Congrats!!'
According to Us Weekly, the couple welcomed son Lazlo Biggs on October 2nd, with the tot weighing in at a healthy 7lbs 1oz. They already have a three-year-old son named Sid together.
Jenny couldn't wait to show her second son off on social media either, sharing a snap of him with her 222k Instagram followers.
The new mum joked: 'In this pic we were still calling him Sid 2. #babybiggs' in the caption.
The Daily Mail revealed that Jenny said she was going to eat her placenta upon their arrival home and it seemed like her husband wanted to get in on the action, with Jason saying: 'I'm excited to try it.'
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