Lin-Manuel Miranda and Vanessa Nadal Are Expecting Baby No. 2

06th Dec. 2017, 14:29 pm
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Vanessa Nadal Are Expecting Baby No. 2

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What is a family without the bunch of kids? Hell yeah! A big congratulation to the expanding family. In the Heights creator and star, Lin-Manuel Miranda said on Sunday that wife Vanessa Nadal’s tummy is carrying their second child. Lin-Manuel Miranda and Vanessa Nadal Are Expecting Baby No. 2

This pair had already made it clear that Nadal was expecting baby no.2 when both of them arrived on the red carpet on Sunday at the occasion of London Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Lin Maneul and Vanessa Nadal in Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Lin Maneul and Vanessa Nadal in Evening Standard Theatre Awards

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At the Award Event, Nadal, an advocate, and scientist flaunted a floral frock and seemed to be pregnant.
Soon after conversing on the carpet, Miranda’s Twitter fans and followers noticed that his wife’s belly was expanding.
The In the Height composer relied upon, oh Hell Yeah.

The Hamilton creator later on posted on Twitter that, the duo’s first child, three-year-old Sebastian, has no patience to be a big brother. Miranda explained, “the couple’s first child, three-year-old Sebastian, cannot wait to be a big brother. “He is so impatient for it,” Miranda explained. “Once, he shouted, ‘When is Mom Going to HAAAATCH..”

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Vanessa Nadal Are Expecting Baby No. 2. They are quite romantic.

During his acknowledgment speech at the 2016 Tonys, Miranda read aloud a sonnet he wrote to his accomplished wife.
“She’s only the reason anything gets done.
She pokes me towards promise by degrees
She is a superb symphony of one
Our kiddo is her most beautiful reprise
We chase the lyrics that seem to find us
Until they’re polished songs and start to play
When senseless drama of tragedy remind us
That nothing here is guaranteed, not one day
This show is remark that history remembers
We are living through times when hate and fear seem stronger
We climb and decline and light from dying embers
Trophies that hope and love last longer
And love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love
Cannot be destroyed or swept aside
I sing Vanessa’s symphony, Eliza will tell her story
Now fill the globe with music, love, and pride.”