‘Pretty Little Liars’ Actor Ian Harding and Wife Welcome Baby

“Pretty Little Liars” star Ian Harding and wife Sophie Hart welcomed their first baby together.

The 36-year-old actor announced the news via social media on his birthday on Friday, alongside a photo of himself holding the newborn’s hand.

“Thanks for the birthday wishes folks,” he captioned the photo. “I’ve been thankful for many things over the past year, but most of all, I’m thankful for the best early birthday present a man could ask for.”

He did not show the baby’s face and did not comment on the baby’s gender or name. It’s unclear when they welcomed their bundle of joy.

Harding is notoriously private about his personal life.

The actor, best known for his role as teacher Ezra Fitz in the Freeform drama that ran from 2010 to 2017, secretly married photographer Hart in 2019, but didn’t announce it until 2021.

Ian Harding and baby
Harding announced on social media on Friday that he is a father.

Before getting married, the couple had reportedly been in a relationship for eight years.

Speaking about his ambivalence for being in the spotlight in the past, the author told Ability Magazine in 2020, “There are some benefits of fame that I enjoy, but I’m a bad celebrity because I don’t like the fire of my own.” image, but maybe that’s what it takes to be a big movie or TV star.”

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Harding is best known for his role as high school teacher Ezra Miller in “Pretty Little Liars”.
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Of the sudden fame he discovered after the “Pretty Little Liards” premiere, he added: “I didn’t know how to become popular, except by being a little more withdrawn in public, because it’s a really weird when people recognize you, but at the same time you feel bad because you feel bad about it because you are so lucky.’

Ian Harding and wife Sophie Hart

Harding and Hart married in 2019 after dating for eight years.


'Pretty Little Liars' Actor Ian Harding and Wife Sophie Hart Welcome Baby

Harding and Hart married in 2019 after dating for eight years.


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Harding, who wrote the 2017 memoir “Odd Birds,” has also talked about his own childhood, alluding to growing up in a family that was “not perfect.”

“I didn’t want it to tell everything because they’re pretty cheap,” he told Glamor about his book debut. “I’ve had a really good life, and not that I’ve had an easy one, but especially when it comes to family matters, I now see what I’m really thankful for. My family wasn’t perfect, so I wanted to focus on the things I’m grateful for and now know and appreciate as an adult.”

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