Breaking Bad’s star Aaron Paul and his wife reveal the gender of their baby

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  • Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul’s wife Lauren has taken to social media to reveal the gender of the baby they’re expecting.

    The couple announced they were going to become parents for the first time in September, and now they’ve shared more details of their incoming little one with fans.

    During a trip with friends but without her other half, expectant mum Lauren took to Instagram to reveal the gender of the baby she will be welcoming soon.

    Alongside a picture of her group of friends and a cut out of her husband, which she sweetly refers to as ‘Flat Aaron’, she revealed the pair will be welcoming a little girl.

    She wrote: ‘Nothing to say other than I love these humans and I’m missing Telluride.

    ‘And I’m pleased to introduce you to Flat Aaron. When I travel without the babe, Flat Aaron always comes with and parties. Also, why are we all smiling the exact same way? It’s kinda amazing. Also creepy 😬 Alsooooo baby girl was in my tum here and I had no idea. BUN!’

    The pair first announced they were going to become parents in September, when Aaron shared a picture of Lauren and her blossoming baby bump.

    At the time, the 38-year-old star wrote alongside the cute snap: ‘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. ❤️👶🏻’

    Lauren also took to her own account to share the happy news, with a montage of baby pictures of her and Aaron and a baby scan, which she captioned: ‘Oh hi 🐣👶🏼👋🏼!’

    Speaking about starting a family just after tying the knot in 2013, Aaron said that while they weren’t in a rush, his wife Lauren would make a great mother.

    He said: ‘I think it would be a disservice to the world and all of our future children if Lauren didn’t have the opportunity to be a mother.

    ‘Those kids would be very, very, very lucky to have her as their mom.’