Look: Zak Williams celebrates daughter Zola’s birth

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June 11 (UPI) — Zak Williams is a dad of two.

Williams, an actor and the elder son of late actor Robin Williams, recently welcomed his second child, daughter Zola, with his wife, Olivia June.

Williams shared the news Thursday on Instagram alongside photos of his baby girl. Williams and his wife also have a 2-year-old son, McLaurin “Mickey” Clement.

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“Introducing our newest member of the family, Zola June Williams! Since joining us, she’s getting on amazingly with her big brother @mickeycwilliams and has proven to be one laid back little girl,” Williams captioned the post. “@heyoliviajune is doing awesome and we are over-the-moon to be welcoming Zola into the world!”

June said in a post on her own account that Zola was born in May.

“It’s hard to believe it’s already been a little over two weeks since we welcomed our sweet baby girl, Zola June Williams, into the world!! It’s been a whirlwind of love and laughs as a family of four. Mickey is the best big brother, so helpful and so hyped. @zakpym and I couldn’t be happier and more in love with our growing family,” she said.

Television personality Ricki Lake and actress Cody Horn were among those to congratulate Williams and June in the comments.

“Yayayayayaay! What a cutie pie! Congrats!”

Williams and June married in October and announced in December that they were expecting their second child.

“Well… we tried to get a Christmas card done this year… and a nice family photo… but 2020. On the upside, we are thrilled to use the excuse of Christmas jammies to announce that @zakpym and I are expecting a baby girl to turn us into a family of four (six if you count our fur children) this May 2021!” June wrote on Instagram.

Williams is Robin Williams’ son with Valerie Velardi. Robin Williams also had two children, son Cody Williams and daughter Zelda Williams, with Marsha Garces Williams.

Source – GossipBuzzer.com

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