Doctor Who Star Georgia Moffett References Good Omens To Announce New Baby With David Tennant

There's a new Doctor Who baby in town! David Tennant and Georgia Tennant (nee Moffett) have just welcomed a new baby. So what better way to announce it than by making a clever reference to Good Omens?

Georgia confirmed the news on her official Instagram account and she did it in the best way possible. She shared a photo of David with a baby seat along with a picture of his Good Omens co-star Michael Sheen holding his own newborn. Although the image didn't have a caption, Georgia made sure to sneak in a sly reference to the Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett novel. Check it out below.

Well, now that she mentioned it, we're expecting these babies to have loads of fun growing up. After all, they are the spawns of Crowley and Aziraphale. Oh, and if you're wondering, they weren't switched since they were born weeks apart. (Although we can't really be too sure until a Hellhound shows up on their eleventh birthday).

Sheen's own baby with Swedish actress Anna Lundberg was born in late September, which makes baby Lyra (yes, she's named after Lyra Belacqua from His Dark Materials) just a few weeks older than Tennant's new infant. Congratulations to the seemingly lost dads (that's what Sheen said, anyway).

Tennant recently appeared in the Netflix police procedural series Criminal: UK. Sheen's recent works include the Fox crime drama Prodigal Son and the upcoming Robert Downey Jr. film Dolittle where he will play Mudfly.

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