Supernatural’s Jared Padalecki Welcomes Second Son

    December 25, 2013
    Shana Norris
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Jared Padalecki, star of the CW’s drama series Supernatural, and wife Genevieve Cortese welcomed a second son into the world on Sunday.

Padalecki joined what has apparently become a celebrity trend when he announced the good news on Twitter.

These days it’s common to see celebrities announce pregnancies and births on the social network. It seems that the days when that kind of news was announced via a publicist are long gone.

Jessica Simpson, Molly Sims, and Tori Spelling all used Twitter to let the world know they were expecting.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z announced the much-anticipated birth of their daughter Blue Ivy Carter on Twitter back in 2012. Other stars such as Roselyn Sánchez and Fergie posted birth announcements on Twitter.

Padalecki and Cortese married in February 2010. They also have a 21 month-old son, Thomas.

Padalecki, who was born in San Antonio, TX, has obviously been following his home state’s Dallas Cowboys and their injured quarterback Tony Romo. He took the opportunity to boast about the fact that his wife gave birth to their latest addition without the aid of anesthesia:

Padalecki has been a part of Supernatural since it premiered in 2005. He plays the role of Sam Winchester opposite Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester. The two brothers continue their father’s legacy by fighting demons, ghosts, and other supernatural beings that threaten the world.

Cortese stepped into the role of Ruby, a demon with questionable allegiance, in Season Four, replacing Katie Cassidy who filled the role in Season Three.

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  • Emma

    Jared Padalecki’s wife is no longer known as Genevieve Cortese. She has goes by the last name of Padalecki both professionally and personally since she and Jared got married almost 4 years ago. Why don’t you show some respect for Genevieve and correct your article. Or are you one of those lazy so called journalist who don’t care if their articles have accurate and factual information in them.

  • lisa maxwell smith

    I am a faithful supporter of supernatural as well as many of shows previous cast. While I appreciated ms cassidy in her role as the demon ruby I loved gen padàlecki. I feel the need to quote her at this point “I was the best of those sons of bitches.” I would imagine this is how every journalist feels are at least strives to be.FIX YOUR DAMN ARTICLE. Sincerely, lisa maxwell smithy