Michael Sheen announces he is to become a dad for third time

Pictured: Michael Sheen and Anna Lundberg.
Michael Sheen's girlfriend Anna Lundberg is expecting their second child. (Channel 4)

Michael Sheen has announced his girlfriend Anna Lundberg is expecting their second child.

The 53-year-old Good Omens star revealed he has just wrapped on filming of season two of the Prime Video fantasy TV series in which he plays an angel, but added that he has a new angel on the way.

Sheen shared a picture of his jacket from Good Omens hanging on a door captioned: "At times like this we need all the angels we can get. Sadly it’s time for this one to hang up his coat. However….#GoodOmens2"

He then added a picture of Lundberg's baby bump captioned: "… appears there may be another on the way! #AngelDelight."

The Welsh actor and the Swedish actor Lundberg already share a two-year-old daughter Lyra, whose hand is featured in the photo, placed on the baby bump alongside those of her parents.

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Sheen also has a 23-year-old daughter, Lily, with Underworld star Kate Beckinsale.

CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES - JANUARY 11 2020: Michael Sheen and Anna Lundberg photographed at the Premiere 'Dolittle' at Regency Village Theatre on January 11, 2020 in Westwood, California.- PHOTOGRAPH BY P. Lehman / Barcroft Media (Photo credit should read P. Lehman / Barcroft Media via Getty Images)
Michael Sheen and Anna Lundberg already have a two-year-old daughter together. (Getty Images) (Future Publishing via Getty Images)

He previously revealed how daughter Lyra - born in September 2019 — had found her re-emergence into the world "overwhelming" after growing up in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Sheen revealed: “She’s spent half her life in lockdown and you forget that it can be overwhelming.”

“All she’s known now is this house and our garden.”

Fans of Good Omens  based on the novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett and co-starring David Tennant — are eagerly awaiting the second series of the hit TV show, expected to be released later this year.

David Tennant and Michael Sheen in <i>Good Omens</i> (Amazon)
David Tennant and Michael Sheen in Good Omens. (Amazon)

Sheen recently declared himself a "not-for-profit actor” after selling two of his own houses to fund a charity.

The Staged star helped organise 2019 Homeless World Cup in Cardiff and when funding for the £2m project fell through Sheen sold his own houses to raise the money needed.

But the Welsh actor revealed that if he could continue to work he could afford to keep donating the money he earned to charity.

Actor Michael Sheen and daughter Lily with the OBE he received earlier from Queen Elizabeth II during investitures at Buckingham Palace.
Michael Sheen and his daughter Lily in 2009 with the OBE he has now given back. (PA) (PA Archive/PA Images)

He said: "I’ve essentially turned myself into a social enterprise, a not-for-profit actor."

Read more: Michael Sheen reveals he handed back his OBE to avoid being 'hypocrite'

Last year the activist revealed he had given back his OBE three years ago after learning more about the history of Wales and its relationship with Britain.

Watch: Michael Sheen discuss his time in the make-up chair