The Flash's Danielle Panabaker is expecting her first child with husband Hayes Robbins ... as she reveals she's 'eating for two'
The 32-year-old actress, who plays Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost on The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl, is slated to give birth this upcoming spring, her rep told People Sunday.
She shared a self shot on Instagram Sunday in which she was enjoying a snack, writing, 'Eating for two ;).'
Expecting: Actress Danielle Panabaker and her husband, lawyer Hayes Robbins, are expecting their first child, her rep told People Sunday. She shared a self shot on Instagram Sunday in which she was enjoying a snack, writing, 'Eating for two ;)'
Panabaker and Robbins initially crossed paths through friends and confirmed their engagement amid a July 2016 Greek getaway, the outlet reported.
In an accompanying Instagram post, she wrote, 'Enjoying the last night of this Greek vacation. A trip I will never forget!'
They got married in June of 2017 with a number of her peers from The CW present, including Katie Cassidy, Tom Cavanagh, Victor Garber, Grant Gustin, Jesse L. Martin and Carlos Valdes, according to Entertainment Tonight.
The Augusta, Georgia-born beauty took to Instagram to mark the occasion, writing, '6.24.17 Happiest day of my life,' alongside a shot of them kissing.
Out and about: Hayes Robbins, a show business attorney, was snapped in Beverly HIlls with Panabaker in 2017
The 32-year-old actress, who plays Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost on The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl
Happy couple: Panabaker and Hayes have been married for more than two years
Panabaker has also been seen on shows such as Shark, Necessary Roughness and Justified, as well as in films including 2009's Friday the 13th, This Isn't Funny and Time Lapse.
She's also been active behind the camera as well, directing two episodes of The Flash this year: License to Elongate and Godspeed.
Panabaker, speaking with Beautiful Ballad earlier this summer at San Diego Comic-Con, opened up on one of the minor downsides of directing.
'My feet really hurt,' she said. 'It’s a lot of time on your feet, but I’m directing again this season, which I’m really excited about and hopefully I’ll learn more.'