Emily Wickersham Share A Rare Photo of Her Baby Son ‘Melts Hearts’
Emily Wickersham adores being a mother and has thrived in the role since the birth of her son Cassius in December.
The former NCIS star recently took to Instagram to share a rare family photo of Cassius sleeping in her arms, and it warmed the hearts of her devoted followers!
“Bits of summer’s end and freckles end, but just the beginning of many for this little man,” Emily captioned the photo.
Fans chimed in, with one writing, “Congrats on the beautiful growing family Emily,” another, “Love that picture,” and a third, “Enjoy every minute with him, they grow in the blink of an eye.”
Emily is married to actor James Badge Dale, who also commented on the sweet photo, writing, “Beautiful beginnings every day… coming home soon and we’ll watch the leaves change x.”
Before leaving NCIS in Season 18, the actress played agent Ellie Bishop, and her life has changed dramatically since then!
Emily Wickersham, a former NCIS star, shared a sweet new photo with her baby son.
She recently shared a beautiful beach photo of her baby son, as well as an adorable family photo from James’ first Father’s Day in June.
Emily proudly shared Cassius’ birth announcement on social media, along with a series of hospital photos of her and James holding their son for the first time.
“Welcome to the world, Cassius Wickersham Dale, born 12/30/21, just in time to join the party to ring in the New Year. You are more than @jamesbadgedale and I could ever imagine. We are so in love with you,” the caption read.
Emily announced her departure from NCIS in May 2021 on Instagram, telling fans she was officially “hangin’ [her] hat and jacket up” after nearly a decade on the show. “I can’t say enough nice things about this group that I’ve had the pleasure of working with for nearly 8 years and 172 episodes,” she wrote.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to be a part of a show where I got to show up, act, laugh, and learn with wonderful people. “It’s a moment in time I’ll never forget.” Thank you, CBS and NCIS, for allowing me to be a part of television history.”