Hollyoaks star Ayden Callaghan announces birth of second baby with Sarah Jane Honeywell

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  • Ayden Callaghan has revealed that he’s just become a father for the second time.

    The actor broke the news that his wife Sarah Jane Honeywell had given birth on Instagram today by sharing a heartfelt message with his followers.

    ‘On 24th Jan 21:53 weighing 6lbs 1oz my awesome, brave and beautiful wife gave birth to our 2nd son. @sjhoneywell Phoenix I are super proud and pleased to introduce Indiana Fox Callaghan to the wide world,’ wrote Ayden.

    ‘Thank you so much to Dr Flood who came in especially to take care of a tricky and early procedure because the little guy didn’t want to wait any longer (I was stuck in London with cancelled trains but made it back late that night.’

    Ayden went on to praise the team who looked after his wife and their newborn.

    He continued: ‘Would also like to thank all the staff at @nhs_lincoln_maternity who couldn’t have been more brilliant and we can’t recommend highly enough. So…… World meet Indy. Indy meet World. πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ‘Ά.’

    Ayden accompanied his adorable words with a black and white pictures of his new son’s tiny foot.

    Many fans commented on the snap to leave kind comments for the 36-year-old, who is best know from playing Joe Roscoe on Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks.

    ‘Congrats buddy!!! I hope they are both doing well! Sending lots of love to you all,’ said one.

    Another added: ‘Amazing news @aydencallaghan and @sjhoneywell xx welcome to the world Indy β™₯️β™₯️😘😘 Phoenix is going to be the best big brother ever.’

    Ayden and former CBeebies presenter Sarah Jane, 44, tied the knot in 2016 at Nunsmere Hall in Delamere Forest.

    Sarah gave birth to the duo’s eldest child Phoenix at the age of 41 and Ayden was overjoyed to learn that she was pregnant with a another boy last year.

    ‘It’s really exciting, I’m really looking forward to it,’ he told The Mirror.

    ‘Even when I was little, I always pictured myself with two boys. I wasn’t obsessed but always saw myself with two boys playing football in the garden.’