She’s a girl for Broadway star Ruthie Ann Miles.
The 37-year-old actress announced in an Instagram post on Saturday that she and her husband Jonathan Blumenstein have welcomed a girl.
The message contained a photo of the baby’s feet with the words “Welcome to the world, Baby Hope Elizabeth!” ” written on.
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The legend said: “3 generations of April babies”, sandwiched between two yellow-hearted emojis.
The birth comes two years after the tragedy struck Miles’ family when a car accident killed his 4-year-old daughter in New York in March 2018, followed by a miscarriage in May of the same year.
The announcement of Miles’ birth received many congratulations from his colleagues on Broadway.
Scene superstar Laura Benanti wrote: “Ruthie !!!! Oh my God !!! My heart breaks for you! God bless you all. “
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“CONGRATULATIONS RUTHIE !!! “Says Vincent Rodriguez III.
“Love love love,” wrote Jay Armstrong Johnson.
“Hamilton” actress Mandy Gonzales added: “Welcome Hope !!! “
Miles is currently starring in “All Rise” on CBS, and co-star Simone Missick has also offered words of support.
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“The most perfect feet EVER,” said Missick, 38. “I can’t wait to spoil her! “
Ruthie won a Tony Award in 2015 for her performance in “The King and I.”