FBI Star Missy Peregrym and Husband Tom Oakley Welcome a Baby Boy 'Into This (Crazy) World'
Missy Peregrym and Tom Oakley, who tied the knot in December 2018, announced they were expecting their first child together this past October
The FBI actress, 37, and her actor husband have welcomed their first child together, a baby boy named Otis Paradis Oakley, the star announced on her Instagram Tuesday.
Little Otis Paradise arrived March 21st at Lennox Hill Hospital in New York, Peregrym shared alongside a photo of herself enjoying a snuggle with her almost 1-month-old baby.
“❤️Otis Paradis Oakley❤️ Born March 21st. These afternoon naps are the *greatest* feeling in the world,” the new mom captioned the photo.
“A huge thank you to Dr. Brennan & his wonderful wife, [and nurse] Jais, as well as the staff at Lennox Hill for helping us bring our son into this (crazy) world,” the actress added acknowledging the current coronavirus pandemic. “Thank you for continuing to be there for new families during this time. #blessed.”
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Peregrym shared the exciting news on Instagram alongside a video featuring two pairs of adult sneakers leaning against a plant as a matching pair of baby sneakers were dropped into the camera’s frame.
In December 2018, a source confirmed to PEOPLE that the couple wed in an intimate ceremony in Los Angeles.
“It was an intimate and fun evening shared with family and close friends,” the source said of the Dec. 30 wedding, adding that “of course” Peregrym’s Goldendoodle, Charly, took part in the festivities.
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The actress — who currently stars as Maggie Bell on Dick Wolf’s CBS drama FBI — confirmed that she and Oakley had wed with a sweet Instagram post shortly after, when she shared two photos from their magical celebration.
As her due date approached, Peregrym had her last day on set for FBI‘s second season in early February.
“I’m feeling all the things,” she wrote on Instagram. “Sad to leave the team early, relieved to be off my feet and able to fully rest before the babe comes, scared of the future .. but mostly, grateful.”
“It’s no joke working while growing a human, and I would not have been able to do it without our thoughtful crew,” Peregrym added. “Thank you for always having my back, making sure I had grilled cheese, and being so excited about us starting a family.”