Josh Holloway and Wife Welcome Newborn Son

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Intelligence star, Josh Holloway, and his wife, Yessica Kumala, welcomed a new baby boy… six weeks ago.  The couple are just now telling people of the birth- which I can understand.  Having a new baby- you just want to sort of take some time to adjust and celebrate your intimate unit- being famous probably makes you cling to that even more.

Hollway and his wife have been married for 10 years and have an older daughter, Java, as well.  The Daily Mail reports:

Josh – who married Yessica in October 2004 – admits he was initially worried that he wouldn’t be able to bond with the baby like he has done with Java, but since speaking to friends and family he’s realized that he will love the newborn just as much.

He said: ‘I was not prepared for how much love I would have in me. So I’m a little worried, like how can I love something as much as I love my daughter? But everyone says your love just grows, so don’t be afraid of that, so that’s my only thing.’

Josh initially revealed the news of his second child during an interview with Entertainment Tonight in mid-November. 

‘That’s funny because I’m a family man,’ the Intelligence star said in response to a question about being a TV sex symbol. 

‘I’ve got a four-and-a-half-year-old daughter and another one on the way. Pretty excited about that.’

After taking some time off after Lost wrapped up its final season so as to spend time with Java, Josh has gotten back in the game – starring in Intelligence, a new CBS series that debuted January 7.

He’s a hottie.  And I really like Meghan Ory, his costar on Intelligence– pictured below.  She was great in Once Upon A Time as Red Riding Hood.

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