Baby joy for Alfonso Riberio

Alfonso Ribeiro has welcomed a baby boy.

The 'Fresh Prince of Bel Air' star confirmed his wife Angela Unkrich has given birth to their second child, who they've named Anders Reyn.

"Angela and baby are doing amazing. Big brother AJ, sister Sienna and I are over the moon. Couldn't be happier," he told InTouch magazine.

Baby joy for Alfonso Riberio

The little boy - who was born at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles - weighed 7.7 pounds and measured 19 inches long.

Meanwhile, Alfonso - who already has 18-month-old son Alfonso Jr. with Angela and daughter Sienna, 12, from a previous relationship - recently revealed his wife was keen on adding to their brood.

When asked if he wanted any more kids, he said: I [also] have a daughter that's 12, but we'll see what we're going to do after this."

Referring to Angela, he added: "I know this one over here would love to keep going."

Angela also admitted this pregnancy had been a "breeze" compared to when she was expecting Alfonso Jr.

She said: "This pregnancy has been a breeze compared to the last."

We wonder will bestie Will make it to godfather status this time around?

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