Norman Reedus Posts The Very First Peek At His Baby With Diane Kruger!
Norman Reedus and Diane Kruger are super excited for a very special Christmas since it is their very first with their baby daughter. As fans know, back in November, E! News reported that the 42-year-old actress had given birth to her first child and her man’s second.
Earlier today, on Christmas Eve, the Walking Dead actor introduced the bundle of joy to the world by sharing the first pic with her of social media.
In the photo, the man can be seen holding her tiny hand in his.
Even though the infant’s face cannot be seen, it’s still a very sweet picture.
In the caption, Reedus wrote: ‘A lot to be thankful for this year. [heart emoji] this one especially.’
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And that’s not all! The actor went on to also pay tribute to Diane but also to former girlfriend Helena Christensen and their son Mingus, 19.
‘Love u Diane Mingus @helenachristensen Happy family,’ the man wrote.
Kruger was quick to also show her life partner affection and appreciation, commenting on the post that she loves him too!
‘@dianekruger you n me,’ Reedus then replied.
His co-star on the Walking Dead, Alanna Masterson joked that he had forgotten to also mention her name in his post, encouraging an amused Norman to laugh and tell her he loves her as well! So much love!
The couple, who notoriously value their privacy very much, is yet to announce the name of their baby girl.
But despite how discreet they are about their personal lives, Kruger did talk about their daughter with E! News earlier this month and shared how she feels about the holidays with the baby.
‘It’s a great moment of joy. We have a lot to be thankful for. It’s been a wonderful year. I’m just looking forward to having my own little family be together, have take-out because I don’t think I can step away to cook! It’s my baby’s first Christmas. So I just really want to be on the couch with her and my man and just realize how bloody lucky I am.’