Congrats are in order for Armie Hammer and his wife, Elizabeth Chambers.

The couple announced on Thursday, Sept. 8, they're getting ready to welcome baby No. 2 to their growing family.

"Ready to start the #torontointernationalfilmfestival festivities... All three of us!" Armie, 30, captioned a cute, bump-focused pic on Instagram.

Elizabeth, 34, shared the same pic on her own account, writing, "Dressed and ready for the premiere of #Freefire. And the premiere of baby Hammer Number 2!"

Hammer baby No. 1, Harper, arrived in 2014, four years after Armie and Elizabeth tied the knot.

Speaking to Details shortly after their wedding, Armie gushed about loving Elizabeth's fiery Texan side.

"Texas women are incredible!" he said at the time. "They're like, 'I love you, I'm sweet, I'm kind, but don't f*** with me, because I'll stab you."

That kind of toughness is likely a great match for Armie, who pulled zero punches in courting her. After the pair met at a gas station in West Hollywood in 2006, Armie reportedly encouraged Elizabeth to drop her then-boyfriend. His persuasion worked. They started dating two years later and have been together ever since.

The "Social Network' star took an equally honest approach to proposing.

"He sat me down and said, 'Look, we don't have to do this. We could just go our own ways, and then one day you'll be 40 and divorced and we'll run into each other, and we'll laugh and go out to dinner and have this same connection, and we'll wonder why we wasted all of that time,'" Elizabeth recalled in an interview with Town & Country (via Us Weekly) back in 2013. "Or we could just do it now and enjoy the ride.'"

A longtime television personality, Elizabeth recently switched gears to open Bird bakery in San Antonio, Texas, with Armie. Boasting a menu of homemade sweet treats made from scratch, the bakery donates unsold pastries to various non-profit groups at the end of each day.

Armie and Elizabeth are in Toronto this month to promote Armie's new film, "Free Fire," which also stars Brie Larson, at the Toronto International Film Festival.