Sean Maguire is one proud girl dad!
The Once Upon a Time actor, 45, and his wife Tanya Flynn welcomed their third child — a daughter named Amèlie Rose — earlier this month, he announced on his Instagram. Sharing a close-up photo of their baby girl's hand, Maguire wrote in a Sept. 8 post, "Welcome to the world my little angel."
On Friday, Maguire shared a picture of himself and his two sons — Flynn Patrick, 6, and Leo James, 3 — posing with the family's newest addition.
"Feeling very grateful to my incredible wife Tanya for bringing our beautiful daughter Amèlie Rose into the world," he caption the image. "The boys & I couldn't be more in love with her. Our family is complete."
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Maguire and Flynn, a former police detective, married in October 2012.
The couple announced in April that they were expecting their third child together, sharing a sweet family portrait in which one of their sons was pictured touching Flynn's belly.
"Very excited to share the news. We are expecting a baby girl," Maguire wrote at the time. "We couldn't be happier. The boys have no idea what's in store! #daddysgirl ❤️."
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Maguire previously told Sean Maguire Daily that fatherhood has made him think more about the importance of providing a better world for the future generation.
"Where it once used to be 'Well, this will do me' you now think of what the world will be like when [you] have a child," said Maguire, who works regularly for Oxfam International.
"The first thing I think about when we talk about parenting is the environment. Climate change is a real thing," he added. "Being a parent is providing a safe future for our children and regardless of what your politics are, climate change is not up for negotiation. It's a real thing … So, parenthood has made me feel more responsibility for that."