Danielle Panabaker is a mother of two!
The 34-year-old “Flash” announced on July 6 that she gave birth to her second child and her husband Hayes Robbins.
“Our family just got a little bigger,” she captioned an Instagram photo of herself wearing a tiny pair of socks.
“Baby is healthy + happy and we are basking in all the love,” Panabaker continued.
The couple have yet to share the name or gender of their first child, who arrived in April 2020.
“This was good, but holding you in my arms is an indescribable feeling,” Panabaker wrote via Instagram at the time alongside a throwback maternity photo.
“Glad to announce that our baby has been born and we are safe, happy and healthy at home,” she gushed.
Nearly two years later, the former Disney Channel star announced that she and the 42-year-old attorney had another little one on the way and her baby bump debuted in mirror selfie.
“I can’t keep it to myself anymore, swipe to see what makes me laugh!” she captioned the January Instagram upload.
Panabaker gave her followers an update in April, writing, “My second pregnancy has been so different from the first (even though I thought I knew what was coming!)…and it feels like it’s flying by. Trying to slow down and enjoy it!”
The ‘Sky High’ star continued to work hard throughout both of her pregnancies, an experience ‘The Flash’ showrunner Eric Wallace described in a February 2020 interview.
“You might notice her, let’s face it, standing behind a closet every now and then,” Wallace told CinemaBlend of Panabaker’s character, Killer Frost, at the time.
The actress did the same while filming season 8, posting an Instagram photo of her hidden belly on set in May.
“This episode was shot in February,” she captioned a selfie in a baggy sweater. “Can you see my growing baby belly?”
DC Comics fans showed their support in the comments, with one writing, “Almost impossible to see your baby bump during episodes, props to the team!” Another commented: “I’ve already noticed you [pregnancy]† But of course it doesn’t interfere with the character at all.”