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Jennifer Love Hewitt welcomes son

Published 25/06/2015

Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Love Hewitt and her husband Brian Hallisay have welcomed their second child, son Atticus James.

The 36-year-old actress and her husband Brian Hallisay already have daughter Autumn James together, who they welcomed in November 2013.

Now Jennifer's rep has confirmed to both People and Us Weekly magazine that she and her spouse are parents again to a little boy called Atticus James, who the star welcomed yesterday.

News that the couple were expecting their second bundle of joy broke in January and since then the Criminal Minds beauty has been open about her second pregnancy.

Speaking to American Baby magazine in last month's issue, Jennifer shared her delight at expanding her family.

"Pregnancy is magical. I'm grateful. It's not lost on me what a gift it is to be able to get pregnant," she smiled.

She also revealed that falling pregnant felt "freeing" after working so hard on her career for the last 25 years. And having gone through the process before, Jennifer made some changes the second time round.

"When I was expecting Autumn, I ate everything I saw!" she laughed. "I told myself, 'Oh there's a doughnut - I should have that.' Now with this second pregnancy, I know the baby really doesn’t 'need it. So I eat healthy foods in general, but I also indulge in little things that I crave."

Jennifer and Brian met on the set of TV show The Client List and began dating in 2012. They tied the knot the following year, ahead of the birth of Autumn.

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