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Emily Deschanel gives birth

Published 09/06/2015

Emily Deschanel
Emily Deschanel

Emily Deschanel and her husband David Hornsby have welcomed their second child together.

The Hollywood couple announced they were expecting another tot last December.

And a representative for the pair confirmed to Us Weekly on Monday Emily delivered another son.

“The whole family and baby are doing well,” the spokesperson told the outlet.

Emily and David, who portrays Cricket in comedy series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, already have three-year-old son Henry together.

The 38-year-old Bones actress has previously discussed how she balances caring for a young family with her demanding career obligations.

"I have a great nanny who is there with me all day, every day. [Henry] will come to set and hang out just off camera," she previously told Mom.Me.

"I can't say he's been silent the whole time, but I have a wonderful situation where I get to see my baby throughout the day, and I can't imagine leaving him home at this point. But I know so many friends who have regular jobs and can't take their baby to work, so I feel incredibly, incredibly lucky."

Emily’s little boys will be welcoming a baby cousin soon, as her sister Zooey Deschanel announced in January she is pregnant with her first baby.

The 35-year-old New Girl actress is expecting the tyke with her boyfriend Jacob Pechenik.

“Jacob and I are over the moon. We are so excited to meet our little one,” Zooey told People magazine previously.

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