Emmerdale star Danny Miller welcomes second child with wife Steph
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Danny Miller has announced some happy family news on Instagram and if you read the headline, then you can probably already guess what it is.
Soap fans will know him as Aaron Dingle but in the real world, Miller is husband to Steph and father to son Albert, who was born in 2021.
Albert was born just a few weeks before Danny headed off for a bit to appear on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! which he ended up winning.
Viewer might remember the heartfelt moment he broke down into tears after getting the chance to reunited with Steph and Albert after being crowed King of the Jungle, or the Welsh Castle of Gwrych in the series he won.
Now, a couple of years on from that moment Danny has taken to Instagram to announce the birth of his second child.
A video he took shows Albert being introduced to his baby sister and being told that he's going to be a big brother from now on.
Danny wrote: "When three becomes four. Welcome to the World Baby Miller. We all love you more than you’ll ever know."
The baby girl's name is yet to be announced.
Miller announced back in March that baby number two was on the way with the happy couple saying they were incredibly excited for their family to go from three to four and welcome 'another best friend'.
Danny even posted a picture of Albert wearing a top that said 'promoted to big brother' so it's safe to say the family were excited to see their numbers growing.
Messages of congratulations have poured in for the couple as they welcomed their second child into the world.
Among those sending their best wishes was fellow Emmerdale star Michelle Hardwick, while another of Miller's co-stars Kevin Mathurin also offered his congratulations.
While Emmerdale viewers will have been big fans of Danny's for a while his antics on I'm A Celebrity... endeared him to the whole nation.
There was plenty of love for the bond he had with Steph and Albert, especially for the moment where he got a letter from them read to him in camp.
He ended up the eventual winner of that year's show and audiences liked him from the start after he rolled into camp to show everyone how enthusiastic he was.