Tom Hardy and Wife Charlotte Riley Welcome Their Second Child

Tom Hardy is a father for a third time!

The actor, 41, and his wife, 37-year-old singer Charlotte Riley, recently welcomed a new baby, PEOPLE has learned.

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It’s a second child for Hardy and Riley, who also share a 3-year-old child innate in Oct 2015. The private integrate hasn’t reliable a names of their small ones.

Hardy also has a son named Louis Thomas, 10, from a prior relationship.

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Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley in Jul 2017

Hardy and Riley were final speckled during a London premiere of her film Swimming with Men on Jul 4.

And weeks before, on May 19, a parents-to-be were guests during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s royal wedding.

Hardy and Riley met on a set of a British radio instrumentation of Wuthering Heights, became intent in 2010 and sensitively tied a tangle in 2014.

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Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley

According to a mom of two, Hardy finds time in his bustling report to assistance out with domestic tasks.

“He’s good around a house. We do designated things. we adore recycling. He’s good during creation a bed. It works brilliantly,” Riley told The Herald – Scotland in May 2015.

And when a span welcomed their child in Oct 2015, Hardy told Esquire U.K. that a commencement of his small one’s life was severe on his nap schedule.

“If anyone else did that to you, you’d have them adult during a Hague for fight crimes,” he joked during a time.

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Meanwhile, Louis doesn’t seem to have any problem weighing in on his father’s acting.

Back in October, Hardy told Entertainment Tonight at the Venom premiere in Los Angeles that he relied on Louis as he prepared to star in the Spider-Man spinoff.

“He was flattering most in a pushing chair for a lot of it, and we did use him as my anthology and my mythology wizard,” Hardy said. “He told me what we was doing wrong, and we was doing some-more things wrong than we was doing right since children are deeply honest. He was my small suggestion beam in that aspect.”

Hardy has already faced his harshest critic: “As distant as I’m concerned, we upheld his [test], and that’s a best we can do.”