Law & Order: SVU' star Kelli Giddish gives birth to a baby, husband shares a tender photo
Kelli Giddish welcomed her second son on Tuesday, November 13, and his tiny toes are the cutest.
The "Law & Order: SVU" actress has been glowing on and off set since she became pregnant for the second time.
Her husband, Lawrence Faulborn, shared a photo of their newborn's adorable feet on Instagram. It was edited with a grey filter and can be found below.
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He left a hashtag caption to announce the big news: "#thefamilyjustgottwofeetbigger."
Followers filled the comment section of the post with words of congratulations to the couple.
Early last week, Giddish's co-star and director of the show Mariska Hargitay shared a heartwarming picture of Giddish's huge belly.
In the photo, Giddish revealed her naked belly as she looks down at it. It almost looked like she was surprised. Hargitay's caption also showed amazement at the expected newborn.
One of her hashtags was, "#Can'tStopStaring," along with others including "#MyViewRightNow," "#SpecialBabyUnit," and "#BeautifulBump."
Giddish, 38, already has three-year-old Lou, who came four months after her marriage in 2015.
The "All My Children" alum has been working on the popular hit show since 2011. And based on the last episode, her character Amanda Rollins may be reaching a landmark.
The Detective's boyfriend Dr. Al Pollack (George Newbern) proposed to her as they sat in a restaurant.
"I have something to ask you, a commitment I have never made before," Pollack said.
In the show, Pollack is supposed to be the father of Rollins' coming baby. Earlier this year, the actress spoke about how storylines to do with children in the show have changed since having her own child.
In February, she told Stuff.co that "it hits a little closer to home when bad things happen to children."
Luckily, the cast and crew that she gets to work with are like "family." They have been a strong support to Giddish whenever she needed it.
And as she handles another newborn, she'll surely be able to count on their support once more.