Ugly Betty is about to get the most beautiful blessing!
America Ferrera is going to be a mom!
On Sunday, the Superstore actress took to Instagram to confirm that she and husband, Ryan Piers Williams, are expecting their first child together.
In the Instagram post, the pair poses with sparkly 2018 glasses. Ferrera poses with a kiss while holding a más besos (por favor) onesie and William's smiles.
"We're welcoming one more face to kiss in 2018! Wishing you #MásBesos in the New Year! #babybesos #HappyNewYear," Ferrera captioned the photo.
Williams took to his Instagram to repost the image with the caption "Making room for new and beautiful things to come in 2018!"
The couple first met when Williams casted Ferrera in his student film at the University of Southern California. After getting engaged in June 2010, the pair tied the knot in January 2011.
"We kind of connected from the get-go on that professional level and that was something that really drew us to each other," Ferrera told People.
The parents-to-be celebrated 12 years together in summer 2017.
While Ferrera is best known for role as Betty Suarez in ABC's comedy drama Ugly Betty, she has also starred in several films such as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, How to Train Your Dragon, Gotta Kick It Up!, and Our Family Wedding.
Ferrera makes her debut on the screen, while Williams works behind the screen. Williams has directed films such as The Dry Land and X/Y.
Ferrera Takes A Stand
The Golden Globe winner broke the news one day before she announced the Time's Up initiative to fight systemic sexual harassment in Hollywood and the workplace. Ferrera as well as other well-known actresses such as Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman, and Reese Witherspoon have all decided to take a stand against sexual harassment.
As previously reported, the campaign was announced on Monday, Jan. 1, along with an open letter that included signatures from celebrities such as Emma Stone, Taylor Swift, Shonda Rhimes, and Ashley Judd.
The campaign aims to push for laws that punish companies that fail to take action against sexual misconduct in the workplace and to fight against the use of non-disclosure agreements that protect sexual abusers.
On Monday, the actress took to her Twitter to share a photo of herself holding a New York Times newspaper to show that the Time's Up letter of solidarity is official. Ferrera, as well as other female actresses, also took to Twitter to share the letter.
Our letter of solidarity as a full page in the @nytimes ! #TIMESUP my Dear Sisters, reSisters, perSisters! Stand with women across every industry in saying: #TIMESUP. The @TIMESUPNW Legal Defense Fund provides subsidized legal support across industries! pic.twitter.com/n4U2Rn0EMO
— America Ferrera (@AmericaFerrera) January 2, 2018