AceShowbiz - Yvonne Strahosvki and her husband Tim Loden are officially parents of two. The couple welcomed the newest addition to their family earlier this week, with her announcing the happy news on Instagram on Thursday, December 9.
"An angel joined our world this past week [heart emoji]," "The Handmaid's Tale" star wrote alongside a black-and-white picture of her holding her newborn baby. "Welcome to the family my love. I love you so very much #mamaoftwo."
Her followers were quick to shower her with congratulatory messages in the comment section. "So very happy for you and your beautiful family," one person wrote, while someone else said, "huge congrats beauty!!!!!!!!!!!"
"Oh goodness, this precious little angel. God bless. Sending your fam so much love," another comment read. Someone else added, "You inspire me with your strength. And welcome to the fam!!!!!" A fan also commented, "So happy you and the little one are safe and happy. Much love to you and your family. XO."
Yvonne revealed that she was expecting her second child on June 30 as she debuted her baby bump on the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of her action movie "The Tomorrow War". "I'm having a boy," the Serena Joy on "The Handmaid's Tale" shared at the time.
The Australian actress previously talked about bringing her first born to the set of the award-winning TV series. "It was definitely one of the hardest and most challenging moments ever in my entire career. Coming back to work with a newborn and all the sleep deprivation that comes with that, plus I was breastfeeding," she said in an interview with Glamour U.K. back in July 2019.
"... I was running in between set and my trailer, breastfeeding on demand and doing scene work. It was crazy being all 'miserable Serena' and then coming in and having so much joy looking at my baby, and then going back into the scene and then coming back again and breastfeeding and being happy," she added.
Of returning to work, the Emmy nominee said, "I appreciated every single little moment that I had with him -- including the breakdowns in the middle of the night, where I was just so tired that I was crying and nothing else was happening at the moment, except you're just devastated that you're tired. Even those moments were oddly appreciated because I knew that this was going to be it."
"Time flies so quickly with little ones, you know, and the next day they change and they're not so little anymore and that's the only time that you get," she concluded.