Kevin Rahm and his wife Amy are expecting their first child together - a baby girl - and are set to welcome the tiny tot in September.
Kevin Rahm is set to be become a father.
The 'Mad Men' star took to Twitter last night (05.04.14) to announce that he and his wife Amy will welcome their first child - a baby girl - into the world in September.
The 43-year-old actor shared a creative spoof movie poster on his account of him and his wife cuddling, which was accompanied with the caption, ''Oh yeah... This is happening (sic).''
Kevin was instantly bombarded with congratulatory messages from his fans and he later thanked them for their support and well wishes.
He then went on to admit that he was ''terrified'', but ''excited'' about the arrival of the tiny tot later this year.
The former 'Desperate Housewives' star married Amy, who is a a cardio-thoracic surgeon, on April 28, 2012, on a soundstage in Burbank, California.
The couple, who had been dating for more than five years before they tied the knot, opted for a ''county chic'' themed wedding and they admit it was ''wonderful''.
Kevin told the Hollywood Reporter at the time: ''We had linens on the table, carnival lights, a bluegrass band, and an ice cream truck. And we had barbecue and we had karaoke.''
Amy added: ''It was a blast. It was wonderful. It could not have been better. It was excellent. We sang karaoke, we danced all night. It was perfect.''
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