Chad Michael Murray and Wife Sarah Roemer Expecting Second Child

Couple are already parents to a baby boy

By Francesca Bacardi Dec 01, 2016 3:24 PMTags

UPDATE: It's a girl! Chad Michael Murray and his wife are expecting a daughter, Us Weekly reports. 


Baby on board!

Chad Michael Murray and wife Sarah Roemer are expecting their second child, a source tells E! News. The One Tree Hill star and Sarah are already parents to a baby boy, who was born in summer 2015. The news of their son's arrival came after fans became concerned that Murray had missed the 29th Annual Jim Kelly Celebrity Classic VIP Gala.

"Sry I'm missin @JimKellyInc charity this year in Buffalo. My fav event 2 attend, but we've been blessed with a son. Gods greatest gift," Chad tweeted. "Sarah & I couldn't b happier & intend 2 spend many a day having family adventures & watching @buffalobills football! & also @Chargers now."

One Tree Hill: OMG Moments!

Fatherhood has been a dream come true for the A Cinderella Story actor. When asked what kind of dad he wanted to be, Chad told E! News, "Ooh, that's tough. I'm a respect first kind of guy, so I think certain things that I want my son to have is just respect and just to be a kind human being. I'm a big sports guy, an outdoorsy guy, so I'll be having him fishing at 5, 6...to take him kayaking and hiking. I just keep thinking in my head, just trying to create 6-foot-5 quarterback."

Chad and Sarah have been living a very private life, especially since welcoming their first child, so that probably won't change with the arrival of their second.

"I'm really good at staying under the radar these days. My wife and I, we don't go to the quote-unquote 'cool' places," he told Bello magazine. "We have our own life, we have our dogs, we have our lifestyle that we truly enjoy, and we've got a cabin if we want to get away and go camping. I feel very good about my private scene. I'm going to do everything I can to protect my family and go from there."

Congratulations to the growing family!

Us Weekly was first to report the news. 

Originally published Nov. 7, 2016 at 12:43 p.m. PT.