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Teresa Palmer to be a second-time mum

Published 27/05/2016

Teresa Palmer
Teresa Palmer

The Australian actress and husband Mark Webber are already parents to son Bodhi.

Actress Teresa Palmer is expecting her second child.

The Point Break star and her actor/director husband Mark Webber announced the happy news on their social media pages on Friday (27May16).

"And just like that my heart grew bigger," she wrote on, with an accompanying picture of the couple's two-year-old son and her husband kissing her stomach. "Welcoming baby number 2 in to the family. Can't believe our little Bodhi is going to be a big brother."

"There's a baby in there," Webber added with a photo of Teresa wearing a bikini, holding and looking down at her stomach in the ocean.

The couple's first child together, Bodhi Rain, was born in February, 2014, while Mark has another son, Isaac Love, from his relationship with actress Frankie Shaw.

Teresa, who wed Mark in 2013, is planning another big arrival - the 30-year-old is gearing up to launch a website aimed at parents.

"YOUR ZEN MAMA launches in 1 week," she wrote on on Thursday (27May16). "YZM is a community of Mama's and Papa's to discuss and share the peaks and valleys, the comedy, beauty, triumphs and defeats of parenting.

"We share our candid stories, experiences and the knowledge we have gained along the way. It's vulnerable, open and real. We embrace every unique journey and celebrate what connects us."

The site launches on 1 June (16).

Teresa also runs health and wellness website Your Zen Life, which she launched in 2012 with Australian actress Phoebe Tonkin.

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