Kaitlin Olson & Axel: Sunny Day At The Farmer’s Market

Kaitlin Olson & Axel: Sunny Day At The Farmer's Market

Kaitlin Olson and her 17-month-old son Axel Lee did some browsing at the farmer’s market in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday (January 29).

The It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia actress is expecting her second child with husband Rob McElhenney. The baby – a boy – is due this Spring.

Olson told People, “We’re so happy that Axel gets to have a brother so close in age. We found out I was pregnant during my mom’s birthday weekend in Ojai. I was instantly so proud of this baby for already knowing how to make someone else’s special day all about him.”

The couple are both on the FX show and starting dating a year before getting married in 2008.

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  1. Anonymous

    I love noting how vastly different each pregnancy is. With her first, she was ALL belly. Remained super skinny on the rest of her body. I remember wondering if they were going to just keep her in big shirts and pretend the pregnancy never happened (on Sunny. but of course they didn’t.) With this one, I can see a *little* bit of puffiness. I’m the opposite, my first back in 2008 made me HUGE everywhere! Currently 33 weeks with my second, and I’m ALL belly.

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  2. Anonymous

    omg how cute is axel?? he looks just like rob, but with kaitlin’s coloring! can’t wait to see what the name the next baby is. axel was one of our top names until my family freaked out over it. we still may use it if we have a boy again next time :p

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  3. Anonymous

    That second photo is the very definition of an “all belly” pregnancy. She looks great!

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