Jesse Tyler Ferguson Welcomes A Son, Sullivan Louis, With Husband Justin Mikita

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and husband Justin Mikita could have an additional particular motive to have a good time this Thanksgiving.

On Tuesday, Ferguson introduced the delivery of the couple’s second son, Sullivan Louis Ferguson-Mikita, through a surrogate.

“A special thanks to Dr. Shahin Ghadir for helping us grow our family & our incredible surrogate and all of the nurses and doctors,” he wrote on Instagram alongside a collection of images displaying the dads with their new child. “We are overjoyed to be a family of four.”

The “Modern Family” star additionally expressed his gratitude to actor Tim Wright, who’s understudying his position in Broadway’s “Take Me Out” and will probably be taking the stage in his stead this week whereas he spends time along with his new child.

Ferguson and Mikita, a lawyer and theater producer, additionally share a 2-year-old son, Beckett Mercer.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson (left) and Justin Mikita.

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The infant’s arrival comes towards the top of a banner 12 months for Ferguson, who gained a Tony Award for his efficiency in “Take Me Out” in June. He performs Mason Marzac, the endearingly star-struck enterprise supervisor of Darren Lemming (Jesse Williams), a Main League Baseball participant who shatters his crew’s sense of camaraderie after revealing he’s homosexual.

Simply weeks earlier than his Tony win, Ferguson revealed on Instagram that he and Mikita have been anticipating a second youngster.

“Our growing family will be a family of four later this fall! We are so excited for Beckett to have a sibling,” he wrote in Might.

Ferguson and Mikita have been married in 2013 in a New York ceremony officiated by “Angels in America” playwright Tony Kushner. The 2 males are the cofounders of PRONOUN, which advantages LGBTQ advocacy teams by means of the sale of child blankets and different custom-designed equipment.