Game of Thrones' Kit Harington and Rose Leslie welcome their second baby
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Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are officially parents to two!
The two actors tied the knot in June 2018, and were spotted with their first child, a son, in early 2021.
With their little one now approaching toddler age, Harington announced during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this year that the pair would soon be welcoming a new little family member as Leslie was pregnant again.
Leslie was spotted enjoying her final days of pregnancy on 21 June, and a representative for Harington has now confirmed the arrival of the newborn to Page Six.
They said: "They’re delighted to have welcomed a little girl into the family."
Harington has previously opened up about the surprises that came with the transition into fatherhood, telling Access: "I think the thing that's surprised me most is, you know, they tell you, but they don't; everyone goes, 'Look, it's big. What you're about to go through is big.' And you have no way of knowing that until it happens.
"Then what surprises you is you go, 'Oh, this goes on forever!' You don't get a break from it. You're just like ... every day I wake up and look after this little human, and now we're part of a unit together.
"You are now a unit, the three of you. That's a whole new dynamic you need to find, and pretty much find every day as he grows and changes, and how does that change you? It's a beautiful thing, it really is."
Harington has admitted the pregnancy stage, at least for him, was like 'walking on clouds and dancing through fields and daisies for nine months' when Leslie first got pregnant, but he quickly realised what the reality looks like when his son arrived.
"This time, the reality check comes much shorter and you get practical, like, real quick," he said.
The dad also admitted his eldest child would 'get the shock of his life' when he meets their new sibling, but the dad made clear he has a lot of faith in his sons' abilities as a brother.
"I don't know if he's really conceptually understood anything yet," Harington said.
"He's just loving life. My boy loves life. He charges around, and I think he's going to be a great older brother. It's just really exciting."