Robin Williams’ son Zak and his wife Olivia June share the first photos of their baby daughter Zola

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Zak Williams, the son of the late actor and comedian Robin Williams, and his wife Olivia June have welcomed a baby girl.

The 38-year-old actor and entrepreneur announced the happy news on Instagram and shared adorable photos of his daughter, Zola.

‘Introducing our newest member of the family, Zola June Williams!’ The Graduates actor wrote in the caption.

Congratulations! Robin Williams’ son Zak and his wife Olivia June have welcomed a baby girl

A family of four now: Zak and Olivia seen with baby Zola as well as son McLaurin ‘Mickey’ Clement, two

‘Since joining us, she’s getting on amazingly with her big brother @mickeycwilliams and has proven to be one laid back little girl’ he continued.

‘@heyoliviajune is doing awesome and we are over-the-moon to be welcoming Zola into the world!’

Zak and Olivia, 34, also share son McLaurin ‘Mickey’ Clement, two. The pair are the co-founders of PYM, a mental health support brand. They married in October 2020 on World Mental Health Day.

Tragic: Zak met Olivia in 2014 when he was struggling to cope with the death of his father, who committed suicide in August of that year at the age of 63. Pictured in 2012

Going way back: Robin holding Zak in 1987. Zak describes his problems with substance abuse as ‘generational,’ Williams also vowed to ‘break the cycle’ now that he is a father himself

In the first photo, Zola is clad in ruffled leopard print and laying on a furry blanket as she gazes into the camera.

The second shot shows the infant in a baby blue bodysuit with a colorful rose pattern nestled in a floral Deluxe+ docking station by luxury baby brand, DockATot.

Her hands are balled into tiny fists as she turns her head to the side.

Adorable: The second shot shows the infant in a baby blue bodysuit with a colorful rose pattern nestled in a floral Deluxe+ docking station by luxury baby brand, DockATot

Big brother: In the next cute image, Mickey is seen wearing red pajamas as he holds his baby sister in his lap

In the next cute image, Mickey is seen wearing red pajamas as he holds his baby sister in his lap. The towheaded child looked cheerful as he cradled Zola’s head with one hand and wrapped his other hand around her fingers.

The last photo featured the whole family smiling joyfully as they sat on a white couch and posed for the snap. June looked delighted as the mom of two held Zola.

Though no details about Zola’s birth have been released, Olivia revealed in her Instagram story that she was born at the end of May.

‘2.5 weeks into being a mom of two. And my nanny is [out] for a few days. But. I think I got this?!!?’ she wrote.

In the video that she posted, Olivia is walking with Mickey who is in a red push car and holding Zola in a baby sling.

On Mother’s Day, June paid tribute to her own mother and grandmother and shared photos as they celebrated the holiday together.

Mommy duties: Though no details about Zola’s birth have been released, Olivia revealed in her Instagram story that she was born at the end of May

Olivia captioned the post: ‘Did you know that women are born with all the eggs they will ever have, so when your mother was in your grandmothers uterus, the little egg that carried 50% of your genes and became you was there, too

‘So grateful that I got to be there celebrate my grandmother on her 94th birthday with my momma and with my baby girl in my belly. May baby girl continue on the legacy of the fierce, smart, ambitious, and creative women that came before her.

‘And I can’t help but wonder if she will have a daughter one day, and what that little egg inside her will be like.’

Sweet: On Mother’s Day, Olivia paid tribute to her own mother and grandmother and shared photos as they celebrated the holiday together

Good times: Olivia wrote ‘So grateful that I got to be there celebrate my grandmother on her 94th birthday with my momma and with my baby girl in my belly’

Williams honored his wife on Mother’s Day with a sweet caption under a photo of her wearing sunglasses and sipping an iced coffee.

‘Happy Mother’s Day to the BEST MOM a boy could ask for. I love you so!’ he said.

Olivia commented, ‘Awe love you guys more than everything. ‘

In love: Zak honored his wife on Mother’s Day with a sweet caption under a photo of her wearing sunglasses and sipping an iced coffee

The couple announced that they were expecting their second child on Christmas morning. June shared a photo of the family of three clad in matching red pajamas as they smiled in front of a Christmas tree.

‘Well… we tried to get a Christmas card done this year… and a nice family photo… but 2020, ‘ she said in the caption, while showing off her baby bump. ‘On the upside, we are thrilled to use the excuse of Christmas jammies to announce that @zakpym and I are expecting a baby girl to turn us into a family of four (six if you count our fur children) this May 2021!

‘Wishing you all very happy holidays full of love in your hearts and hope for the new year ahead. Olivia, Zak, Mickey, April, and Cozy Cat’

Holiday surprise: The couple announced that they were expecting their second child on Christmas morning

Williams met June in 2014 when he was struggling to cope with the death of his father, who committed suicide at the age of 63.

Robin was found dead at his home in Tiburon, Marin County, California on August 11, 2014. The actor had antidepressants, caffeine and Parkinson’s drug levodopa in his system. Williams had battled severe depression for years.

Zak and Olivia are mental health advocates and Zak recently made an appearance on Prince Harry and Oprah’s new Apple TV+ mental health docuseries, The Me You Can’t See.

He described his problems with drinking and drugs as ‘generational.’ His father Robin had a history of substance abuse before taking his own life.

Williams also vowed to ‘break the cycle’ now that he is a father himself.

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