Ian Ziering Welcomes Baby Girl With Wife Erin Ludwig!

Celebrity News Apr. 26, 2013 AT 7:45PM
Ian Ziering and Erin Kristine Ludwig welcomed their second daughter on April 25, 2013. Ian Ziering and Erin Kristine Ludwig welcomed their second daughter on April 25, 2013. Credit: Angela Weiss/Getty Images

Ian Ziering is destined to be surrounded by women. The Beverly Hills, 90210 heartthrob, who played rich kid Steve Sanders for 10 seasons on the 1990s Aaron Spelling drama, just welcomed his second daughter with wife Erin Ludwig, a source confirms to Us Weekly. (Celebuzz was the first to report the birth.)

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The baby girl was born on April 25, a date that already has special significance for the couple. Two years ago, Ziering and his wife welcomed their first daughter, Mia Loren, on April 25.

Earlier this month, the Dancing With the Stars alum gushed that he couldn't wait to be a father again. "We are so excited to have another baby!" he tweeted, along with a picture of himself with Mia and a very pregnant Ludwig.

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Ziering's summer is shaping up to be a busy one. In addition to the new baby, he has a new job -- as the guest headliner for the Las Vegas production of famed male dance revue Chippendales. The 49-year-old actor will join the show for four weeks beginning June 6 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas strip.

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"Actors and performers never know what their next job will be, and when I got the call from Chippendales, my jaw dropped as it came on the heels of TMZ calling me fat on national TV," the star said in a statement about his new gig. "I am passionate about health and fitness, so I've kept in shape, and dancing is something I've always enjoyed, so I figured why not?"

"I am so excited to be a part of this iconic worldwide organization," he added. "It's really a dream come true!"

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