03.10.2015

Is ali larter having a girl as a second baby

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Ali Larter welcomes a new member in the family when she gave birth to her second child with Husband Hayes MacArthur.
The celebrity couple already has one son, Theodore who is four years old, as she revealed her first pregnancy during her debut appearance on The Jimmy Falon Show and coincidentally the second one also happened in a similar fashion on August. Having worked in several movies as well as popular television sitcoms, Ali Larter finally tied the knot with her long time boyfriend and now husband Hayes MacArthur. The 38-year-old actress, best known for playing the dual roles of Niki Sanders and Tracy Strauss in the NBC sci-fi drama "Heroes," welcomed her second child, a baby girl, with her husband Hayes MacArthur last week, she revealed on her website Monday, Jan.


Unlike her first pregnancy, Larter decided to keep the baby's gender a secret until the very end. Vanessa Carlton Welcomes First Child With Husband John McCauley - See Their Baby Girl's Photo! Larter revealed on her website that she and husband Hayes MacArthur welcomed their second child, a girl named Vivienne Margaret MacArthur, on Jan. During her first pregnancy, Larter and her husband were quite curious and even found out the gender of the fetus. Currently audiences are seeing Ali Larter in TNT's Legends while her husband is a part of the star cast of TBS comedy Angie Tribeca.


However, the actress has taken a short break from her work in order to take care of her new born baby.




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