Former OLTL stars welcome twin boys
Posted Friday, May 09, 2014 12:38:13 AM
Sherri Saum and Kamar de los Reyes, who married after meeting on the set of One Life to Live, welcomed twin sons into the world on May 13, 2014.
Former One Life to Live co-stars and real-life married couple Sherri Saum (ex-Keri Reynolds, OLTL; ex-Vanessa Hart, Sunset Beach) and Kamar de los Reyes (ex-Antonio Vega, OLTL) welcomed twin boys on May 13, 2014. The couple met while playing love interests on One Life to Live and married in 2007. The twins are their first children together.

"The twitter-patter of four new feet Welcome to the world John Rubén and Michael Luis #doubledelosreyes," Saum (@SherriSaum1) tweeted.

Reyes (@kamardelosreyes) also expressed his excitement on Twitter, saying, "My boys are here! Michael Luis and John Rubén. So amazing! @SherriSaum1 was amazing! So in love!"

Saum and Reyes seem to be in a state of familial bliss. Their characters on OLTL weren't always quite so happy. Keri became a surrogate and carried her mother's baby. After learning that Antonio had slept with her mother, Keri thought she was carrying her mother's child with Antonio.

Keri learned after giving birth that the baby was actually hers and Antonio's, not Antonio's and her mother's. Not long after giving birth, Keri faked her own and her daughter's deaths. When Keri was revealed to be alive and returned to town, she caused a lot of trouble for Antonio before dying for real. Antonio was a suspect in her murder until it was revealed she'd actually committed suicide.

Saum currently stars as Lena Adams-Foster on ABC Family's The Fosters, where her real-life pregnancy was written into the show this past season. In recent years, Reyes has guest-starred on shows including Pretty Little Liars and The Mentalist.

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