“FBI: Most Wanted” star Kellan Lutz gushes over becoming a new father after his wife, Brittany Gonzales had a miscarriage last year. “It’s beautiful, birth is a beautiful, beautiful thing. I mean, one second your baby is in stomach and the next they’re out. And they’re there, talking to you and needing you, and it’s a beautiful thing. We are really just grateful and excited. Little Ashtyn is such a sweetheart. She makes these little cooing sounds that just melt my heart.” He adds, “When we were pregnant, we were actually pregnant last year, my wife’s been pregnant almost 18 months, and we lost our daughter unfortunately, January of last year, but now we have a baby.” On advice from co-star Julian McMahon, he shares, “A lot of good tokens he said was, take a lot of pictures, be present, listen to your wife.”
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