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James Van Der Beek recently introduced the world to his baby daughter, Emilia, by posting the first-ever pic of his little girl via Instagram in honor of her first birthday on Thursday, March 23.

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"One year ago today, I got to meet this sweet, determined, magical little soul. Just when I thought nobody could follow my other girls… along came Emilia. Never ceases to amaze me just how much a child can expand your heart. #OrHowIncredibleMyWifeIs #Blessed #Grateful," the 40-year-old actor captioned the pic of Emilia.

"She looks just like you!" one of James's 260K followers commented on the cute pic of Emilia with another adding, "She's so cute, I just want to hug her!"

James and his wife, business consultant Kimberly Brook, are also parents to three older kids: daughters Olivia, 6, and Annabel, 3, and son Joshua, 5. The couple previously tied the knot in August 2010, in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Kimberly also took to her Instagram page to wish her youngest daughter, Emilia, a happy first birthday. "A year ago today I met this beautiful baby angel who today became a toddler. Her zest for life, curiosity, independence, joy and determination captivate my heart every day. Emilia, I am overjoyed to be your Mommy! Thank you thank you for your gift of life," she wrote alongside a sweet photo of her baby girl.

Earlier this week, James similarly took to social media to wish his wife, Kimberly, a wonderful birthday. "Happy Birthday to my angel on earth… a beautiful soul who brightens the world of everybody lucky enough to have her float through their orbit. I love you!" the actor captioned a pic of the two.

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In a previous interview, the Dawson's Creek star candidly opened up about being a father. "It’s a lot of work. With one [child], you get a lot more downtime. With two, downtime becomes a thing of the past. It’s the best. I love it!" he said.