John Stamos gushes about becoming a dad for the first time at 54

As John Stamos and his wife, Caitlin McHugh, await the arrival of their new bundle of joy, the actor couldn’t help but share his building excitement about becoming a father for the first time, telling Entertainment Tonight, “I’ve waited my whole life for this.”

The joyful terms went during an interview Wednesday with the outlet while Stamos, 54, was attending the premiere of his “Fuller House” co-star Bob Saget’s new movie “Benjamin.”

“I’ve waited my whole life for this, ” he said. “I merely can’t. I’m already so emotional and so excited … I’ve been dreaming about our baby. I entail, I am really excited.”

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Stamos told ET that he’s grateful for everything he’s experienced in life and was ready to start a family.

“I don’t know what I would do if I wasn’t having a baby right now, ” he said. “Like, I’ve done everything anyone could ever … I’ve had the most beautiful blessed life on the planet, and the most honest real thing I could do I haven’t done.”

The actor went on to gush to the outlet about McHugh, who he called “so magical” and told was “handling pregnancy like a champ.”


“Every day I tell, ‘You’re doing so great, you’re doing so great, ‘” he told the outlet. “Just every day I’m with her I merely realise, first of all, how luck I am, but what a special human she is. She’s magical. She floats into a room. I’ve never heard her tell a bad word about anybody.”

The pair, who got hitched in February, announced in December that the latter are expecting their first child together. Stamos told ET that he was “not nervous at all” about having a baby.

“I’m not nervous about having a kid, I’m not nervous about having a kid with her, ” he said.

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