Sunday 26 June 2022 06:42 AM Australian actor Liam McIntyre 'apologises' to his unborn daughter amid ... trends now
Australian actor Liam McIntyre has admitted he 'feels a need to apologise' to his unborn daughter amid the U.S. Supreme Court's anti-abortion ruling.
The 40-year-old, who is from Adelaide but now lives in the U.S., said in a Twitter and Instagram post on Saturday that the excitement of announcing his baby news with wife Erin Hasan was lessened, but vowed to ensure his daughter 'knows her worth'.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade, ending the constitutional right to abortion in the U.S., means individual states can decide whether abortion can be made illegal.
Australian actor Liam McIntyre (pictured), 40, revealed on Saturday that he 'feels a need to apologise' to his unborn daughter amid the US Supreme Court's anti-abortion ruling
McIntyre, who is best known for his lead role in American TV series Spartacus, wrote on Twitter: 'I'm about to have a little girl in a few months. Because of choices I made, she's going to be American. I was excited to announce this news.
'Now I feel a need to apologise to her and she hasn't even been born. Women are incredible. Treasure them and empower them.'
McIntyre also took to his Instagram, posting a photo of his two-year-old son Harrison shared with his wife, to announce they are expecting 'baby number two'.
The Spartacus star, who is from Adelaide but now lives in the U.S., is expecting his second child with wife Erin Hasan. They are pictured with their now two-year-old son Harrison
McIntyre wrote on Twitter, 'I'm about to have a little girl in a few months. Because of choices I made, she's going to be American. I was excited to announce this news. Now I feel a need to apologise to her and she hasn't even been born'
'BABY NUMBER TWO!!!!!!!!! Sometimes a man can hope for but one blessing. Today, I'm lucky enough to announce we've been blessed again. The McIntyre's are getting ready to welcome a little girl into our family!!!' he began.