Josh Charles and Sophie Flack Welcome a Daughter
The Good Wife actor Josh Charles and wife Sophie Flack are also parents to son Rocco, whom they welcomed in December 2014
Congratulations are in order for Josh Charles and Sophie Flack!
On Thursday, the 46-year-old Good Wife actor announced on Instagram that he and wife Flack, 35, had welcomed their second child, a baby girl.
Posting a video of his pink-filled room at the Hayes Theatre, where he’s currently starring in the Broadway play Straight White Men, Charles wrote, “Our daughter timed her birth so I could make yesterday’s doubleheader. It was a day I’ll never forget!”
He later shared a black-and-white photo of his newborn baby girl snuggling against his chest in just a diaper, captioning it, “Heaven on earth,” and thanking his wife.
Flack, a former New York City Ballet dancer and the author of Bunheads, broke the happy news of her pregnancy on Instagram in February, posting a photo of herself with an “I Woke Up Like This” T-shirt rolled up to expose her baby bump and captioning it, “Oh by the way … ”
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Though relatively private about their personal life, the couple frequently share hilarious or heartwarming updates about their son on their respective social media accounts.
Flack, who posts more frequent updates on her Instagram account, recently shared a touching photo of her husband kissing son Rocco on the forehead, overcome with love shown in the caption “These two” along with a broken heart.
Charles — who made his breakthrough performances in the films Dead Poets Society and Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead — shocked his Good Wife fan base with his unexpected departure in 2014, after which he went on to star in Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer sequels First Day of Camp and 10 Years Later.
He most recently starred as the coach in Netflix’s sports drama film Amateur, released April 6, which chronicles an eighth-grade basketball prodigy’s struggles within the industry.