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Frankie Muniz emotional as he welcomes baby son with wife Paige: ‘I love him so much’

Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz has welcomed a baby son with his wife Paige.

The actor announced the exciting news in an emotional video on Instagram, cradling his little one.

‘I’m a dad guys!’ the 35-year-old said. ‘I love him so much. I love my wife so much.’

The new dad added in the caption: ‘I love my baby so much. And I love my wife more than ever.’

The sweet couple, who tied the knot last year, announced they were expecting a baby with a heartfelt video in September.

‘In the past four and a half years Paige and I have experienced so many incredible things together,’ the actor said in the clip.

‘We travelled the world and got to live out all these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.

‘While we still believe it’s the little moments in between the big ones that make you feel happy, nothing quite compares to the first time you hear the little one’s heartbeat.’

Of course, once Frankie revealed they were expecting a baby boy, fans started urging him to name the little one Malcolm – but he’s insisted that’s not happening.

Meanwhile, Paige has been sharing updates throughout the pregnancy, with the final one being a gorgeous photo of her and Frankie gazing into each other’s eyes and cradling her baby bump.

‘Were getting so freaking close! [sic],’ she wrote. ‘Patiently waiting for our chunky monkey to make his way into the world…’

Frankie and Paige have been together for years and announced their engagement in November 2018.

Malcolm in the Middle ran for seven seasons from 2000 to 2006. It followed the lives of a chaotic suburban American family, focusing on the gifted teenager Malcolm and his three siblings.

As well as making Frankie a star, it also provided the breakout role for Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston, who appeared as the father Hal.


Credit: Original article published here.

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