Maks Chmerkovskiy & Peta Murgatroyd Officially Debut Shai on ‘GMA’ (VIDEO)

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Maks Chmerkovskiy & Peta Murgatroyd Officially Debut Shai on ‘GMA’ (VIDEO)


After weeks of giving fans glimpses of their brand new baby Shai, Maks Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd have finally debuted their little one on Good Morning America.

The Dancing With the Stars infant is even cuter than you expected.

The DWTS parents revealed their adorable little boy during their first-ever interview after-baby.

While fans everywhere are overjoyed to see Baby Chmerkovskiy, his parents aren’t so excited.

“It’s nerve-wracking because I specifically wanted to keep him very private from the beginning,” Peta, 30, admits in the GMA video.

“Because we just want to keep him for ourselves.”

Now that Shai’s much-deserved seclusion is over, we’ve learned one huge fact about the 6-week-old: which of his famous parents he looks exactly like.

“I would have to say me,” new mom Peta confirms.

Maks couldn’t agree more — and he is not happy.

“I was hoping he would look like me and have her personality,’ the older Chmerkovskiy brother, 37, jokes.

“I’m just worried a little bit now because he looks like her.”

While the dancer is kidding around about his son’s inevitable good looks, he and his fiancée couldn’t be more serious when it comes to Shai’s prospective dancing career.

When asked when the child — who has an impossible number of pros in his famous fam — will start dancing, Mirrorball champ Maks says, “I hope never.”

Peta couldn’t agree more, adding she’ll “thank God” if their boy decides he doesn’t want to go into the family business.

However, there is one job the DWTS couple is excited for their baby to pick up.

The Murgatroyd-Chmerkovskiys are already figuring out how to make Shai the star of their upcoming wedding.

“We’re wondering how to get him down the aisle,” Peta spills. “It’s not about me anymore, it is all about Shai.”

And what a shindig these nuptials will be.

“It’s not just any wedding — it’s a large wedding,” the bride-to-be assures everyone. “It’s going to be three days with 300 people. It’s a lot.”