Constance Wu and Boyfriend Ryan Kattner Welcome Baby No. 2, a Son: 'Breaking News'

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The actress revealed her exciting news while appearing on the "PRETTYSMART" podcast

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Steve Granitz/WireImage

Constance Wu's family just got a little bigger.

The Hustlers actress, 40, and boyfriend Ryan Kattner have welcomed their second baby together, a son.

In a teaser for Danielle Robay's PRETTYSMART podcast, Wu revealed the exciting news as she talked about dedicating her book to her 2-year-old daughter, noting that it was written before the arrival of her son.

"Breaking news," she said to Robay. "Nobody knew I had a son."

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Sharing a photo where she stood with her shirt lifted in February, Wu revealed her baby bump — which she pointed at, writing in the caption, "Bun in the oven. Filipinese baby #2 coming soon."

PEOPLE previously confirmed that Wu welcomed a baby girl in Aug. 2020 with Kattner, frontman of the band Man Man. The couple had not previously announced that they were expecting.

Speaking to PEOPLE in October, Wu shared that her daughter already "knows how to command Alexa to play a song" and is always eager for a dance party.

"She'll take anyone's hand, pull them into the middle of the room and say 'Dance!' " Wu added.

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Vivien Killilea/Getty

Wu opened up about her newborn in May 2021 when she appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. "I had a beautiful baby girl in August. She's the best, she's the best. She has a full head of hair. She has a blue butt," she said.

The Crazy Rich Asians star explained that her baby girl had a "Mongolian spot," which is officially known as congenital melanocytosis, a flat blue-ish birthmark that appears at birth or in the first few weeks of life for some babies. "Apparently, it happens in a lot of Asian babies, and my boyfriend and I are both Asian," Wu said.

She joked of Kattner: "He actually wrote a song about her blue butt. So, that will be on his next album."

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