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Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed Are Proud Parents of a Horse

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They continue to make headlines for their reported romance, but now Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed (both avid animal activists) are stealing attention for a recent addition to their “family.”

That’s right, Somerhalder and Reed are now proud parents of a horse. As first revealed by Somerhalder via Instagram (shown below) he stated, “Proud new dad… What amazing creatures they are. Wow. His name is Eagle. Thank you @iamnikkireed for snapping this special moment, with our big baby boy.”

No other details have been released, like where the duo found Eagle or what kind of horse he is, but there’s no doubt these two won’t take good care of the stunning creature.

It’s no secret that these two are animal lovers, and they also haven’t shied away from supporting one another when it comes to the animal community. Just the other day, Reed shared this photo of an adorable Pit bull, and if anyone knows about puppy love, it’s these talented animal supporters.

Congrats to Somerhalder and Reed on their beautiful new Eagle!

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