Sopranos alum Jamie-Lynn Sigler has some big news! The actress and her baseball player husband Cutter Dykstra are expecting their second child together.
Sigler, 36, and Dykstra, 28, have been keeping their exciting secret under wraps for about two months now. According to the former HBO star’s latest Instagram post, she learned she was pregnant on Mother’s Day of all days!
“This is the actual pic I sent my husband this past Mother's Day while lying on the bathroom floor. I had just returned from Israel, was jet lagged, and didn't believe my eyes," she wrote in the caption to a photo of herself lying down next to five pregnancy tests all reading “pregnant.”
"We are SO excited to announce the #ClearblueConfirmed arrival of another little one in just a few short months ❤,” Sigler continued.
The actress’s second child will join her and Dykstra’s 3-year-old son, Beau, in their growing family.
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