Days Of Our Lives Star Remington Hoffman Shared Some Exciting Family News

"Days of Our Lives" fans have a lot to look forward to this year as it was just announced that a second miniseries for Peacock is in the works, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The return of "Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem" will take place this summer with five episodes featuring some of your favorite characters from the soap. One of those characters is Li Shin, played by Remington Hoffman. 

The character of Li has recently had a bigger role on the NBC soap. According to Soap Opera Network, Li was actually first introduced to the world of "Days of Our Lives" through the digital series "Chad and Abby in Paris." While Li could have just been a one-off character, it seems he had a bit more story to be told and made his way to Salem in 2020. Since then, Hoffman has been calling "Days of Our Lives" his home, while he is also set to star as Bryce in BET+'s series "Zatima," which is a spinoff of Tyler Perry's "Sistas," according to Deadline. While it seems the actor's work life is excelling at the moment, it seems Hoffman has some exciting family news as well. 

Remington Hoffman not only got married, but has a baby on the way

"We have a baby on the way," Remington Hoffman shared on his Instagram earlier this week. The "Days of Our Lives" actor not only announced that he is expecting, but that he is also married. "If you didn't know I was married," Hoffman also shared, "you're not the only one." It seems even some of the guests invited to his Easter weekend baby shower had no idea the actor had tied the knot. Hoffman and his wife, Ida, said "I do" on March 13, 2020, right when the COVID-19 pandemic began. That's a long time to keep such big news a secret, but as Hoffman said in his IG post, "I can be private about my personal life on Social Media."

However, the news of a baby on the way was just too exciting for the couple not to share online. Along with the announcement, Hoffman shared a sweet snap of him and Ida together with a gorgeous backdrop in his hometown of Santa Cruz. Hoffman also gushed about his wife, saying, "She's the greatest thing that ever happened to me and I'm truly honored to be starting a family with her." He also mentioned that while their first wedding ceremony was small, the two plan on having a big wedding eventually. Maybe for their second ceremony, their new bundle of joy will be present and Hoffman will post more photos online. Either way, congrats to the happy couple.