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The actor and wife Alexandra Barreto recently welcomed their first child, according to E! News.
The couple's son, Indigo "Indy" Baretto Strong, was born on December 28, 2014.
Photos: ‘Boy Meets World’ Stars: Then & Now
The new parents were able to keep the pregnancy hush-hush and further details on their new addition to the family are being kept under wraps.
Rider and Alexandra wed on October 20, 2013 at a summer camp-themed wedding in Oregon. The actors met while working on "Pepper Dennis" ...
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Shawn Hunter is now a daddy.
Actor Rider Strong, best known for his role as bad boy Shawn Hunter on ABC's beloved series Boy Meets World, welcomed his first child with wife Alexandra Barreto on Sunday, Dec. 28, People reports. Rider, 35, and Alexandra, 39, have decided to name their new baby boy Indigo.
The good news is a surprise for Rider's fans, given that the couple kept the pregnancy and birth completely under wraps. The two have been married since October 2013, after meeting on the set of the WB show Pepper Dennis in 2006.
Photos: 11 Stars Who Were on 'Boy Meets World' Before They Were Famous
Rider recently reprised his most famous role on Disney Channel's Boy Meets World spinoff Girl Meets World, which follows Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga's (Danielle Fishel) young daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard).
Savage recently tweeted an adorable cast reunion photo -- featuring him, Rider, Danielle, and Willam »
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