Olivia Wilde announced the arrival of her second child with actor Jason Sudeikis on Saturday. According to an Instagram so adorable you might consider procreating, their family’s newest addition is a baby girl named Daisy.
Wilde actually gave birth four days prior, on Tuesday, Oct. 11, People magazine reports, but kept the surprise until the weekend.
This couple previously welcomed now 2-year-old Otis Alexander in 2014.
“There goes the neighborhood. Daisy Josephine Sudeikis. Born, like a boss, on#internationaldayofthegirl. ❤️,” Wilde captioned the sweet photo of Daisy in a green onesie.
This announcement means Wilde has officially mastered the social media pregnancy game. Seriously, have you seen how she let the world know she was expecting back in April? A black and white photo of herself and son Otis holding their bellies ― or “baby bumps” ― side by side.
The couple kept the sex of the new baby under wraps for weeks after the post, until the actress sneakily revealed she was having a girl while bashing Trump in a single tweet. Coolest mom ever, right?
Wilde and Sudeikis have been dating for five years and got engaged in 2013, but have yet to officially tie the knot. In fact, during an interview with Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live,” Sudeikis said he refuses to wed Wilde until “weed is legal in every state.”
Lighters up and congrats to the happy family.
The Huffington Post has reached out to the couple’s representatives and will update this post accordingly.
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