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Chad Michael Murray welcomes second child with wife Sarah Roemer: see picture

by Sharnaz Shahid

Congratulations to Chad Michael Murray and his wife Sarah Roemer! The couple have become parents for the second time after the actress gave birth to a baby girl. Taking to his Instagram page on Monday, the former One Tree Hill star shared a beautiful picture of his daughter's hand to announce the news. In the caption, he gushed: "Don't worry little girl you can hold on as tight as you want for as long as you want, I'm already yours and I'll never let go. I've now two incredible women in my life. My son and I are two lucky guys."

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Chad, 35, and Sarah, 32, announced their second pregnancy in November. Shortly after revealing the news, the American actor told E! News: "It's incredible. I'm shaking in my boots. I did one - awesome. Now I've got it down to the science." He continued: "We're really struggling [with the name], not going to lie. I don't know if it's because every man, that's their little princess, that's their little girl, and what could ever be good enough for them?'"

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The couple are already proud parents to a two-year-old son. They started dating in 2014 before tying the knot a year later. The father-of-two was previously married to actress Sophia Bush - his fellow alum from One Tree Hill. The pair wed in April 2005 but announced their separation in September of that year, and in December 2006, their divorce was officially finalised.

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Last year, Chad opened up about fatherhood, describing it as the best thing to have happened in his life. He told ET: "Having a family just changes your perspective on everything. I mean, it's a world changer." The star added: "For me, it was the greatest thing that's ever happened to me. Having kids is a game changer and I think you're always walking around with the mentality that you want to make sure that they're proud and you want to represent them well and just be a great leader."

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