Josh Peck’s spouse, Paige O’Brien, has given delivery to the couple’s second child boy, the pair introduced on social media Friday.
“Shai Miller Peck,” Peck, 35, captioned an Instagram photograph of the new child laying on a mattress together with his 3-year-old brother, Max.
O’Brien, 31, additionally posted a collection of images of her sons and easily wrote, “Shai 💙.”
The cinematographer revealed in June that she was pregnant together with her and the “Drake & Josh” alum’s second youngster.
She debuted her child bump through Instagram in a pink costume whereas vacationing in Italy.
The then-expectant star captioned the social media put up with a pasta emoji.
While Peck didn’t reveal the information on his personal account, he did jokingly touch upon his spouse’s put up, asking, “Is mine or no?”
Drake Bell’s associate, Janet Von Schmeling, additionally confirmed her help within the feedback.
The actress, 28, who welcomed a son with Bell in 2021, commented with three crimson coronary heart emojis.
Schmeling and Bell, who’ve but to disclose their child boy’s identify, secretly tied the knot in 2018. The pair waited three years to publicly share the information.
Notably, when Peck married O’Brien in June 2017, Bell slammed his former co-star through Twitter for not inviting him to the ceremony.
“Message is loud and clear,” the musician, 36, wrote on the time in since-deleted tweets. “True colours have come out right this moment. Loyalty is essential. ALWAYS bear in mind the place you got here from.”
The duo appeared to have squashed their beef by the point Peck’s eldest youngster, Max, arrived in December of the next 12 months.
The new dad posted an Instagram Story photograph of Bell hanging out together with his then-5-month-old in June 2019, writing, “The boys.”
In March, nonetheless, Peck instructed the “BFFs” podcast cohosts that he and the “Amanda Show” alum by no means “stayed in contact” after their present wrapped in 2007.
When requested whether or not they have been buddies, Peck replied, “Not actually, no. … We weren’t that shut.”