AceShowbiz - Congratulations are in order for %cAaron Paul% and wife Lauren Parsekian. The 38-year-old Golden Globe-nominated actor took to his Instagram account on Tuesday, September 19 to announce that they're expecting their first child together.
The "Breaking Bad" alum shared a photo of his wife clutching her blossoming baby bump. "Hey everyone. Look what I did," he excitedly wrote. "Words can't express how excited I am that this little one has entered our lives. Just thought it was time I would share this beautiful news with all of you."
Lauren later took to her own account to share a photo collage featuring her and her actor husband when they're still children along with an ultrasound. The 30-year-old beauty simply captioned the sweet photo montage with "Oh hi!"
Aaron and Lauren have been married for four years. They got engaged in Paris in January 2012 and tied the knot the next year in May in a 1920s Parisian carnival-themed wedding at the Cottage Pavilion at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, with music provided by %cFoster the People% and %cJohn Mayer%. The actor also emailed the entire guest list the song "Beauty" by The Shivers and asked them to learn the words so they could sing along during the ceremony.
The pregnancy news comes after Aaron revealed earlier this summer that he and his wife were in no rush to start a family. "To be honest, we haven't really thought about it," the "Need for Speed" actor admitted to PEOPLE. "There's no rush into anything. So if it happens, it happens," he added.
The "Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV" voice actor told the publication that before he considered on that next milestone, "there's an endless list" of items on his bucket list that he wanted to check off first. Among those was traveling.
Luckily for Aaron, his upcoming European thriller "Welcome Home" brought him to Italy for filming, and his wife was able to join him for a weekend getaway there. "[We're going to] eat a lot of pasta and drink a lot of wine," the actor said prior to the trip. "That's really my summer plans," he added.