There is a new member in The Walking Dead family!
The Walking Dead's Rosita Espinosa actress Christian Serratos shared a photo of her new baby on Instagram this weekend to celebrate Mother Day. The photo, embedded below, is captioned, "Happy Mother's Day from little W and me!"
This, of course, should kill the debate of whether or not the actress' pregnancy will have any effect over her role on the AMC series as production of its eighth season began just over two weeks ago. The new mom is likely ready to get back to filming, as Tara Chambler actress Alanna Masterson was after delivering her baby to the world during production of the show's sixth season!
Check out the adorable photo below.
Serratos joined AMC's The Walking Dead in its fourth season, where she debuted in an episode with Eugene actor Josh McDermitt and Abraham actor Michael Cudlitz. Currently, only two of those actors remain on the deadly series as Cudlitz's Abraham bowed out to kick off the seventh season.
In The Walking Dead comics, Rosita's story came to an end a bit after the war with Negan and his Saviors when a feud with a group called the Whisperers began to arise. Whether or not this fate will be applied to the TV version of Rosita is to be seen. Serratos is not exactly eager to find out.
"I think all of these characters have such incredible deaths, and I think that, yes, you do feel a sense of possession," Serratos told ComicBook.com. "That is my death. Nobody can have it. However, there are some incredible deaths, like Abraham's death in the comic book was given to Denise's character on the show. It was amazing. A lot of the deaths have been flip flopped, and that goes along with how amazing Scott Gimple is at staying true to the comic book while still keeping people on their toes. Whatever death I get, I know that it's not going to come rightly. It's going to have been very thought out and it'll be exactly the death I was meant to have."
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The Walking Dead will return for its eighth season in October of 2017. The first trailer is expected to arrive at San Diego Comic Con in July. For complete coverage and insider info all off-season long, follow @BrandonDavisBD on Twitter.