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Former The Walking Dead star Steven Yeun and his wife Joana Pak have welcomed their second child together
Joana broke the happy news of the birth (opens in new tab) of her baby on Instagram with two pictures of her new born baby girl on Tuesday.
The name and birth date of the tiny baby are yet to be revealed.
The 32-year-old mum-of-two showed off a hospital-bed selfie as she cradled the little girl, wearing a cute pink hat, in her arms.
She then went on to share a picture of a daughter nestled amongst blankets lying on her back, with the baby’s foot resting on her tummy.
It seems the happy couple have already got their daughter back home, so Joana can get some well-deserved rest.
Fans of the pair rushed to congratulate them on social media.
One wrote: ‘Congratulations your family is lovely.😍😍.’
Another added: ‘Congratulations!!!! So sweet!’
Others joked that Steven should avoid his The Walking Dead’s character name, Glenn, who he played for six seasons before being killed by the show's villain, Negan.
One said: ‘Congrats don’t name the baby Glenn.’
Last December, the couple announced the exciting news that Joana was expecting a second child.
Joana broke the news with an Instagram mirror selfie, revealing the growing bump from under a baggy sweatshirt.
The pair had previously welcomed their son Jude Malcom in to the world in March 2017.
The lovebirds tied the knot in December 2016, but had been happily together for seven years prior.
Earlier this year, the Steven revealed he will never be returning to the show following his character murder.
He said: "I can't say everyone [but] at least I do – I really like finishing things because I rarely finish things," he said. "But there's something super incredible about closing the book and dying.
'And so for Walking Dead, that's it for me. I know I'll probably be remembered in part by that show for probably the rest of my life, but I really love the fact that I can just seal it and say, 'That's finished'. And that's really cool, super satisfying.'