Robin Williams’ son Zak has become a dad for the second time, with wife Olivia June welcoming a baby girl.
The 38-year-old – the eldest child of the late Mrs Doubtfire actor – confirmed their baby joy on Instagram, sharing a snap of their newborn.
Alongside a string of family photos with the little one and her older brother, Mickey, he penned: ‘Introducing our newest member of the family, Zola June Williams!
‘Since joining us, she’s getting on amazingly with her big brother @mickeycwilliams and has proven to be one laid back little girl.
‘@heyoliviajune is doing awesome and we are over-the-moon to be welcoming Zola into the world!’
Right on cue, fans flooded the post with well wishes for the family.
‘Congratulations. She is beautiful!!!,’ a follower penned, as one commented: ‘Welcome to the world Zola June!!’
‘Congrats!!! Mickey seems like a natural at the big brother role,’ another celebrated.
‘You have such a beautiful family! Congratulations to you all. Both your babies are such angels,’ an Instagram user added.
Zak and Olivia confirmed their baby news in December, marking the announcement with a festive snap.
Speaking ahead of Zola’s birth, Olivia shared her hopes that she would ‘continue on the legacy of the fierce, smart, ambitious, and creative women that came before her.’
The lovebirds are already parents to son Mickey – named in honour of his granddad, Robin, who died in 2014 – and tied the knot in an intimate ceremony last October, on World Mental Health Day.
‘I had the great joy of marrying my best friend and mother of our son Mickey, @heyoliviajune, yesterday during an outdoor wedding with a few close friends and family,’ Zak said at the time.
‘The day could not have gone better and we are glad we could find a way to pull things off safely and with consideration of the ongoing pandemic on #worldmentalhealthday.
‘Thank you for all the well wishes!’
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