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OTRC: Ian Ziering of 'Beverly Hills, 90210,' wife Erin welcome baby No. 2

Ian Ziering of "Beverly Hills: 90210" is expecting baby number two. Ziering, 48, and wife Erin Ludwig are expecting their second child in the spring, according to People magazine. 'I feel blessed, having a family is something that I've always wanted,' the actor told the magazine. 'Having a second child is the realization of a dream come true.' The couple are already parents to daughter Mia Loren, 18 months, who weighed in at 7 pounds and 6 ounces on April 26, 2011. The actor married Ludwig in 2010 and was previously married to Nikki Schielir, an actress, for five years. The couple divorced in 2002. The actor is best known for his role as Steve Sanders on "90210," which aired for ten seasons. He also continues to write, produce and pitch television shows. (Pictured: Ian Ziering appears in a photo from his official Facebook page on October 29, 2012.) (Facebook.com/IanZiering)

Ian Ziering of "Beverly Hills, 90210" fame has welcomed a bundle of joy!

The 49-year-old actor and his wife Erin Ludwig welcomed their second child on Thursday, April 25, according to People magazine.

The couple, who are already parents to daughter Mia Loren, welcomed their daughter Penna Mae on Mia's second birthday. Their new arrival was born at 9:21 a.m. in Los Angeles and weighed in at 6 lbs., 9 oz.

"We didn't plan it!" Ziering said of his daughters being born on the same date. "Mia was born a week late and Penna was a week early."

After announcing the pair's second pregnancy, the proud father opened up to People about his excitement to expand his family.

"I feel blessed, having a family is something that I've always wanted," the actor said in October 2012. "Having a second child is the realization of a dream come true."

Ziering married Ludwig in 2010 and was previously married to Nikki Schielir, an actress, for five years. The couple divorced in 2002.

The actor is best known for his role as Steve Sanders on "90210," which aired for 10 seasons. He also continues to write, produce and pitch television shows.

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