April 03, 2020
“The Flash” actress Danielle Panabaker has welcomed her first child with her husband, Hayes Robbins.
Amid the sad occurrence of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, Danielle Panabaker shared some exciting news with her followers.
According to Daily Mail, “The Flash” actress took to Instagram to announce the arrival of her first child with her husband, Hayes Robbins. The Instagram post, which featured an image of the actress cradling her baby bump, was captioned:
“This was good but holding you in my arms is an indescribable feeling. Happy to announce that our baby was born and we are safe, happy, and healthy at home.”
As expected, her followers ensured that they sent in their best wishes to Danielle as they dropped their comments and liked the post over 400,000 times.
[Danielle Panabaker] got her first professional job in a commercial for Stone Mountain Park in Georgia.
It would be recalled that the actress and her entertainment lawyer beau first met through mutual friends some years ago and got engaged while on vacation in Greece in June 2016. The couple walked down the aisle a year later in June 2017.
As at that time, a source told ET Online that the then-29-year-old actress stunned her guests in a Monique Lhuillier gown and veil.
The event, which was an intimate ceremony that had only the couple’s closest friends and family in attendance, reportedly ran late into the night and featured “dancing, drinks, and lots of donuts.”
Danielle’s “The Flash” castmates, including Grant Gustin, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh, and Jesse L. Martin, showed up for the special day.
Soon after the wedding, the actress was expected to return to Vancouver, Canada, to kick off filming season four of the popular series.
She got her first professional job in a commercial for Stone Mountain Park in Georgia. As an actress, however, the mother-of-one landed her first role on the TV show “Family Affair” in 2002 and appeared on “Summerland” alongside her sister, Kay.
Since then, she has featured on several other TV shows including “Bones,” “Franklin & Bash,” “Shark,” and “Grey’s Anatomy.”