The actress Teresa Palmer has just expanded her family a little more by hosting a third child with her husband Mark Webber.
the Curfew and Warm bodies The actress gave birth to a little girl Friday, sharing the news on social media and dropping a name at the same time.
"Our beautiful little girl Poet Lake Palmer arrived Friday night on April 12," said Palmer on a newborn photo on Instagram. "She's pure magic, we feel like in a dream." She also added an emoji of flowers and heart to punctuate the legend.
Webber also shared his own special image with his little girl on his social media feed. The photo highlights a tattoo of the little girl's name on Webber's collarbone, while he was holding the newborn against his chest.
"I whispered a poem to him from birth, our beautiful little girl, Poet Lake Palmer, has arrived," said the Green room the actor wrote. "We are all in total happiness …"
The Australian actress announced that she was pregnant in October, according to Entertainment Tonight, showing her bumpy silhouette while she was on the beach.
"Thank you for all the beautiful messages," she writes. "We are delighted but especially grateful."
Palmer and Webber married in 2013 after only one year. They had two children together before the birth of Poet, sharing the sons Forest, 2, and Bodhi, 5 years old. Scott Pilgrim vs the world the actor also has a 10-year-old son named Isaac with his ex, SMILF creator Frankie Shaw.
Their relationship has not been without controversy, however. Palmer was criticized for continuing to breastfeed the couple's two-year-old son in July 2016. According to We weeklyThe actress fought back to critics who felt the toddler was too old to continue breastfeeding, blogging about the situation and swearing not to stop.
"It's strange for me to think that we are now falling under the label" Extended Breastfeeding. "It still looks like such a baby and remains very dependent on me for so much," wrote Palmer at the time. "But having her crazy is definitely her favorite activity and I guess it will be for a lot longer."
Whatever the critics think, Palmer and her husband seem to be devoted parents who continue to welcome life into this world. They drop it and focus where they should.