‘To Every Boy’ Jordan Fisher and his wife Ellie are expecting their first child




Jordan Fisher has a new job: he’s a father! Ellie, the actor’s wife, has given birth to their first child together. Find out the name of the newborn and view a photo of the three-person family.

Riley William Fisher, the star of To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and his wife had their first child on June 7.

“What a trip this has been,” the pair said on Instagram on June 10, “and we’re so unbelievably blessed to finally meet our firstborn.”

Jordan and Ellie also released a video of their journey to welcome their newborn son along with the news.

The couple shared various heartwarming moments on their road to parenting, from photos of positive pregnancy tests and sonograms to photos of her growing baby bulge and the couple celebrating her pregnancy.

Fans received their first glimpse at the newborn at the end of the video, which featured a cover of “New Soul,” with Jordan and Ellie sharing images as a family of three.

The couple revealed they were expecting their first child in an Instagram video in December. Ellie slipped a jacket on Jordan, who had his eyes closed, and told him to reach into his pocket, which he did, revealing a positive pregnancy test. Bring on the happy tears.

“And the adventure begins,” the 28-year-old actor captioned the video, “and we can’t wait to meet you.”

Jordan and Ellie married in November 2020 at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park in Florida, and their baby Riley is due in less than two years.

Ellie noted in a Disney Parks video at the time, “This is where Jordan first told me that he loved me.” “It’s always been such a fantastic part of our lives,” says the narrator.

Jordan and Ellie met when he was 13 years old and “grew up as best friends,” as he puts it. And that affection has only gotten stronger over time.

Ellie said this in a May Instagram post, alongside photos of herself and Jordan on the beach. “If you couldn’t tell, I’m madly in love with the man who’s accompanying me on this voyage.”