Michael Greco, a former cast member of EastEnders, has revealed he plans to have another child.
The actor, who is most known for playing BBC One soap opera character Beppe Di Marco, became a father in 2021 when wife Helen Harris gave birth to their son Gianluca.
The kid suffered gastroschisis, a rare genetic disease that arises when the baby’s abdomen does not fully develop while in the pregnancy, and was delivered six weeks prematurely.
On social media, he posted a photo of Gianluca with the caption, “My kid.” Andrea Greco. born on July 1st, 2021. 4.47 pounds in weight.
The tiny man’s unusual birth condition, gastroschisis, was not detected by earlier tests, which resulted in his early delivery.
In order for him to receive the required care and attention, the expert recommended that it would be better for him to be delivered early.
“University College of London Hospital @uclh is where he was born.” Mother and Baby were in the best of care, thanks to their incredibly skilled personnel. Dad was, to put it mildly, a little emotional!
Michael announced the good news that another “Baby Greco” is on the way on Instagram today, December 8.
Michael uploaded a photo of the baby ultrasound and captioned it, saying, “I’m ecstatic to report that another Baby Greco is on the way.” Gianluca, my gorgeous kid, is eager to meet his little sister. God, I thank you for blessing me with another miraculous child. I’ll see you in June, baby.
Louise Jameson, Michael’s coworker on EastEnders, recently discussed her feelings after being cut off the show.
Currently best known for her Emmerdale role as Mary Goskirk, Rosa di Marco, Beppe’s mother, was a fixture on EastEnders for more than two years, spending a lot of time in Walford between 1998 and 2000. She appeared in more than 200 episodes before she and the rest of the di Marco family were fired as part of a major overhaul that took place at the time.
“I was angry with the way it was announced,” Louise stated in reference to her exit from the program.
“I was just notified the night before it appeared in the press,” she said, speaking with Inside Soap. I had hoped they would let me know beforehand so I could notify my family. It lacked decorum.