Oscar-winner Emma Stone has welcomed her first child with husband Dave McCary.
The actor reportedly gave birth to the baby on Saturday 13 March in Los Angeles, according to TMZ, but it’s not yet known whether she had a boy or a girl.
In February, Stone was spotted cradling her baby bump in a black top on a Los Angeles walk with a friend.
Stone and the 35-year-old writer tied the knot last year, People magazine confirmed in September 2020.
The couple got engaged in December 2019 after dating for two years. They met when Stone hosted the NBC variety sketch series “Saturday Night Live!” near the end of 2016.
In other report, Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo is pregnant with her second child.
The actress who before now recalled walking out of her marriage in its 10th month in 2013, showed off her baby bump in photos she shared on Instagram.
Flying Private with my Bunny, In the Oven , NAh ! You can’t Seat with Us , 3 is a Crowd
Meanwhile, 36 years old actress, Aja Naomi King, who gained popularity after featuring in the film, ‘How To Get Away With Murder’, has revealed that she’s expecting her rainbow baby after 2 miscarriages.
The American actress who shared a photo of her baby bump, opened up about suffering 2 miscarriages and how emotional it is to finally be expecting her “Baby King”.
The excited mom-to-be wrote:
I really can’t begin to express the fullness of our immense joy to be welcoming a baby into our family. With that I also want to express that this beautiful journey has not been devoid of heartbreak.
This is my beautiful little rainbow baby.
I’ve been so deeply moved by the women who have openly shared their miscarriages. It brought me solace in a time that was incredibly painful to know I wasn’t alone. To understand that this experience is common, horrible but still common.
I suffered two miscarriages and even now trying to capture what it felt like in words is simply absurd to me because I will never have language enough for it.
At first I wasn’t sure about sharing my experience because I felt like so many other people had way worse experiences than I did, but I realized that I can’t treat pain like an Olympic sport, as if it’s a competition and only those who have the worst stories win the right to talk about it. No matter the size of it in your mind, pain is pain and loss is loss, whatever the degree. And once you are touched by it, it stays with you forever.
And I won’t lie, it’s been hard to not carry my fear with me throughout this pregnancy. To believe that it’s real and that this baby will be okay. That this beautiful gift will remain. But I try to not ignore the facts, and the facts are that I am healthy and my baby is healthy, my baby is growing and now kicking and constantly reminding me of their very real presence within me.
I really just want to say that if you’ve gone through this or are going through this, you don’t have to carry the weight of it alone. And for some
( I won’t attempt to speak for everyone) it can be freeing.
So I take this piece of freedom and I hope for someone else it allows them to feel a little less alone.
Sending love always.