Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul announces birth of first child


Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul and his wife, Lauren, took to Instagram yesterday to announce they welcomed their first child together, a attractive baby girl.

"There are no words that will ever be able to explain what just happened to my heart", she captioned a photo of herself cradling her daughter.

In the same post she added a second photo of their little girl wrapped in a blanket.

Aaron Paul is a new dad!

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"Hey everyone, look what I did", he captioned the pic.

The proud parents both took to their Instagram accounts to share pictures of the newborn on Thursday (08.02.18) evening, though they haven't yet revealed details of her birth or her name. "Just thought it was time I would share this attractive news with all of you".

In the second image, Lauren (née Parsekian) holds her daughter, looking down at her while stroking her cheek.

'I'm over the moon excited. "I always have loved babies".

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The couple met at the Coachella music festival in California and married in 2013.

"She said, 'First thing you need to know is never say the word relax and don't ever say breathe.' She said that my wife would most likely hit me if I do", Aaron laughed.

Lauren, the cofounder of the Kind Campaign, also shared a glimpse of their baby girl via social media, posting a pair of pics to show off her full head of hair and tiny cherubic face.

Aaron and Lauren Paul.

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