American actress and reality television star Jamie Chung and her actor-musician husband Bryan Greenberg surprised fans by announcing that they recently welcomed twin babies. Dropping the massive news on social media in a heartwarming video featuring their newborn kids, Greenberg said, "We got double the trouble now, Jamie Chung," The video shows the twins sleeping on his chest, with friends, industry peers and fans congratulating the couple on their next big phase in their lives. Actress Mindy Kaling commented, "Omg omg!!! Congrats!!" while actress-singer Bethany Joy Lenz wrote, "AHHHHHH," and Emmanuelle Chriqui quipped with her wishes saying, "Omg!!!!!! Congratulations!!!!!! Just incredible @bryangreenberg @jamiejchung." Check out Greenberg's post below: 


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Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg tied the knot in 2015 in a wedding that took place in Barbara, California. The couple began dating in 2012 after they met on the sets of the film Already Tomorrow in Hong. Speaking about their marriage, Greenberg in an interview with Entertainment Tonight said, "We enjoy spending time together, but we also enjoy spending time alone." Chung added, "It’s our dynamic on how to make it work. He has his own hobbies and interests, and there's particular ones that bring us together, but we do have our individual outlets, creatively, and things we can just call our own." 

Jamie Chung is best known for starring in films like Grown Ups, Sucker Punch, The Hangover Part 2 & 3, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and more recently in The Misfits. She gained huge popularity after her appearances on reality shows like The Real World: San Diego, Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno II, including roles in Days of Our Lives and Once Upon a Time. Chung also landed the main role in Big Hero 6: The Series, The Gifted and Lovecraft Country. On the other hand, Bryan Greenberg, who has garnered a name for himself as an actor and singer, has starred most notably in films like Bride Wars, Friends with Benefits and Vice, including making appearances on Law & Order, The Sopranos, Boston Public, while also landing recurring roles in One Tree Hill, The Mindy Project and The Tick. He was also a part of the main cast on shows like Unscripted, October Road and How to Make It in America