John Stamos and Wife Caitlin McHugh Welcome First Child, a Boy

John Stamos, 54, and wife Caitlin McHugh welcome baby boy... naming their first child after star's late father

John Stamos welcomes first child with Caitlin McHugh

Congratulations to the new parents, John and Caitlin Stamos!

The "Fuller House" actor and his wife Caitin McHugh have welcomed a son into the world and have named the youngster in honour of the 54-year-old star's beloved late father, Billy.

He captioned the post: "From now on, the best part of me will always be my wife and my son".

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The 54-year-old, well known for playing Uncle Jesse on Full House, shared the exciting baby news on Instagram.

"The look on John's face when I told him we were pregnant was priceless", McHugh previously told People. I just can't. I'm already so emotional and so excited. "I've had the most handsome blessed life on the planet, and the most honest real thing I could do, I haven't done". "I mean, I am really excited".

The actor has also said the pregnancy has felt like "the longest 9 months of my life". "I've done everything anyone could ever". "She is the most graceful person I've ever met in my life, and she's handling pregnancy like a champ".

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"She's so lovely pregnant". Every day I say, 'You're doing so great, you're doing so great'.

'Just every day I'm with her I just realise, first of all, how lucky I am, but what a special human she is. I've never heard her say a bad word about anybody'.

He said: 'I'm not nervous at all.

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