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Jordana Brewster is a mum again

Published 14/06/2016

Andrew Form and Jordana Brewster
Andrew Form and Jordana Brewster

Jordana Brewster's family has expanded.

Actress Jordana Brewster and husband Andrew Form have welcomed their second child together.

The proud parents greeted their new son Rowan on Thursday 9 June (16), when the little boy was born by gestational surrogate, the couple's representative has confirmed to People magazine.

The 36-year-old The Fast and the Furious actress and her 44-year-old film producer partner are already parents to two-year-old son Julian, who was also delivered via a surrogate.

Jordana previously gushed about the joy of motherhood, noting she enjoys always having her hands full with family matters.

“What’s so wonderful about motherhood is that you’re constantly busy,” she smiled. “There’s so much to do and I don’t miss idle time at all. Every day I fall deeper and deeper in love with this amazing gift. I’m in awe every day.”

However, Jordana did admit she sometimes gets down on herself for making quick household decisions while balancing a thriving acting career. So when the star begins to feel defeated, she gives herself a pep talk to lift her spirits.

“I think often times people don’t talk about the fact that it’s really, really hard to juggle and you don’t really feel like you’re doing things 100 per cent correct,” she explained. “But I’m constantly reminding myself to cut myself some slack.”

In the months ahead, Jordana is probably going to be busier than ever - in addition to caring for a toddler and a newborn, she is also currently promoting two new action-packed television shows, Lethal Weapon and Secrets and Lies.

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