Kelli Giddish, Coco, Twitter


Congratulations are in order for Kelli Giddish!

The Law & Order: SVU star has welcomed her first child with husband Lawrence Faulborn.

As to who was able to spill the beans, it was none other than her famous co-star Ice-T. "At the hospital with the newest SVU member 'Ludo,'" he shared on Twitter. "Congrats @TheKelliGiddish and Larry."

In the candid photo, a pregnant Coco is seen holding her close friend's newborn. Meanwhile, Giddish is all smiles just hours after delivering a newborn. As if we expected anything less from Detective Amanda Rollins.

"#auntiecoco #babyLudo," Faulborn later wrote on Instagram with a shot of the meeting. "#svubaby #welcome." 

#auntiecoco #babyLudo #svubaby #welcome

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Loyal fans of the SVU star were pleasantly surprised to find out back in July that the actress wasn't just expecting a baby. She was also secretly married!

According to Paradise Beach Weddings, the couple exchanged vows steps away from the ocean in New Smyrna Beach, Fla., earlier this summer. A rep for NBC later confirmed Giddish was pregnant. 

Ever since the pregnancy news broke, Giddish was often seen hanging out with Coco who is expecting her first child this December. In fact, the pair were comparing baby bumps just last weekend and documenting their journey on Facebook.

"Kelli Giddish & me..How cute! Our babies are kissing! #kissingtummies," Coco wrote on social media. "Kelli is 36 weeks preggers now & I'm 29 weeks." 

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And if there wasn't enough stars in the SVU universe expanding their family, E! News recently learned co-star Peter Scanavino is also expecting a second child with his wife. 

What are the odds of three cast members expecting all at once?!

When asked about the baby boom, SVU showrunner Warren Leight couldn't help but acknowledge his unique surroundings. "Yes, @PeterScanavino @FINALLEVEL @TheKelliGiddish ALL infanticipating," he tweeted. "#SVUMostFertileDramaThereIs."

Congratulations, Kelli Giddish, on your happy news!

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