Fallon and his wife Nancy have become parents for the second time, via surrogate, on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
“Frances Cole Fallon officially entered the world at 8:45 a.m. on Dec. 3, weighing 5 lbs., 11 oz. and is 18.5 inches long,” the “Tonight Show” host’s rep told People in a statement. “Their new addition joins big sister, Winnie Rose, 16 months. The couple opted to keep their baby joy to themselves until their new daughter made her official debut. Both Fallon babies were born via surrogate.”
“Franny sends her thanks,” the proud dad wrote on Twitter.
The couple’s first daughter, Winnie Rose, was born in July 2013. And likewise, Fallon took to Twitter then to express his happiness.
“My wife and I thank you for all of the nice baby well wishes. Her first day was the best day of our lives. So happy. Thanks again,” he wrote.
NBC announced that there will be reruns of the “Tonight Show” on Wednesday and Thursday given the arrival of Fallon’s second child.
“Due to unexpected but delightful circumstances, there will not be new episodes tonight or Thursday evening,” he tweeted.
Jimmy Fallon and Nancy Juvonen were married in 2007.