The brother of Dante who is homosexual. He initially takes to the arrival of baby Emma quite well, perhaps better than Dante, and exists to aid and assist his brother. He also faces his own substantial share of scrutiny distinct from Dante in his sexuality.
He, too, must learn to adapt but not lose who he is in the process. The friction with his brother directly offers us a chance to see the pair interact with conflict and also grow from it, with the arrival of Emma serving as something of a catalyst.