Casey Wilson and husband David Caspe welcome baby No. 3 via surrogate

Casey Wilson and David Caspe’s “dreams have come true” now that they’re parents of three.

Wilson, 42, announced the arrival of daughter Francis Rose — who was named after the actress’s “best friend of all time” — on Thursday’s episode of her “Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown” podcast.

“We now have a baby girl via surrogate,” the “Happy Endings” star shared. “She is here!”

“Her name is Francis, but we’re calling her Frankie,” she explained. “So, she’s Frankie Rose Caspe.”

While the couple named their daughter Francis Rose, they call her “Frankie.”

Casey Wilson and David Caspe's baby.
While the couple named their daughter Francis Rose, they call her “Frankie.”


Wilson — who already shares sons Max Red, 7, and Henry Bear, 5 with Caspe — revealed she was hoping for a daughter “so badly.”

The couple, who tied the knot in 2018, chose to expand their family via surrogacy after the “Saturday Night Live” alum battled intense postpartum depression following her other pregnancies.

Casey Wilson and husband David Caspe's son holding their daughter.
The “SNL” alum says the newborn “is more than I could have ever imagined.”
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“I’m not ashamed,” she said. “There was one other medical reason I won’t get into but … there it is, guys—and I couldn’t be happier with the choice.”

“It’s been the most profound experience of my life, going through surrogacy,” Wilson continued. “I can’t overstate enough how incredible this woman and friend has been.”

 “She’s an angel. Surrogates are angels walking among us.”

Casey Wilson and husband David Caspe
The twosome tied the knot in 2018.
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Following the announcement on her podcast, Wilson also shared the news on Instagram alongside photos of her beautiful little Frankie.

“This is the dawning of the Age Of Aquarius! Our angel Frances ‘Frankie’ Rose Caspe is here!” she wrote alongside snaps of the newborn.

Casey Wilson and David Caspe during the panel discussion at the FYC Red Carpet Event For Showtimes' "Black Monday"
The pair decided to use a surrogate for Wilson’s mental health.
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The actress went on to praise her surrogate, calling surrogacy “women supporting women in its highest form.”  

“Frankie Rose is more than I could have ever imagined. She completes the sacred circle of mother and daughter I have longed for. I’m on the other side this time- wishing Grandma Kathy could see her and hoping (knowing) she can. Her arrival is healing and joyful. We move forth! Hand in hand. With women ushering us in and onward.”

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