Amanda Seyfried has welcomed her first child with Thomas Sadoski. The couple are now parents to a little girl.
The baby news was confirmed by the actress' spokesperson to E! News.
The 31-year-old actress and the 40-year-old actor, met as co-stars on the set of The Last Word in 2016. They announced their engagement in September, and in November the couple revealed they are expecting a child together. The duo tied the knot in a secret ceremony earlier this month.
Meanwhile, Seyfried had previously expressed her interest in becoming a mother. She told Nylon in April 2015: "Someone said to me recently, 'There's a level of guilt that people have about procreating.'" I think about it all the time. Why bring another human into this world? ...It's just a terrible world."
"But then, this person like Douglas, my makeup artist, he said, 'But if you're a good person and your partner is a good person, you're creating a good person. Isn't that better for the world than not creating anybody at all?' Definitely it's a selfish thing too. Selfishly, I think it would be a wonderful experience. For the greater good, I don't think it's taking away by adding," she added.
She told E! News in a June 2015 interview that she wants to start a family soon. She said: "I got married so many times in my life—onscreen! I don't want a white dress! I've worn so many of them. You know what I mean? The fact is, that kind of stuff is less about the ceremony and more about the commitment. So it's like children. That's where it's at, right? For me. But it's different for everybody."
"I'd like to have one in the next four or five years," she added. "And the second one can happen between 35 and 40. Or I can adopt... It's fine. I definitely want to a couple kids."