Actress Christina Ricci has given birth to a baby boy. The Sleepy Hollow star and her husband James Heerdegen recently welcomed their first child together, according to UsMagazine.com.
Details about the newborn have yet to be revealed.
The couple met on the set of axed TV show Pan Am in 2012 and wed in New York City in October (13).
Actress Christina Ricci is pregnant with her first child. The Addams Family star, 34, is expecting a baby with her husband James Heerdegen, who she married in New York City in October (13).
Ricci's representative confirmed the happy news to Justjared.com and the star has been pictured sporting a large baby bump.
The couple met on the set of TV show Pan Am.
Christina Ricci took over the headquarters of the Council on Foreign Relations in Manhattan, New York on Saturday night (26Oct13) for her nuptials. The actress exchanged vows with her longtime boyfriend James Heerdegen and donned a Givenchy haute couture wedding gown, embroidered with micro pearls for the big event at the Harold Pratt House & Peterson Hall.
Actress Christina Ricci has married her fiance in a romantic ceremony in New York City. The Addams Family star exchanged vows with James Heerdegen on Saturday (26Oct13) in front of close friends and family at The Harold Pratt House and Peterson Hall in the Big Apple's Upper East Side.
The newlyweds then toasted their nuptials with a reception, where guests enjoyed cocktails, dinner and dessert, reports Us Weekly.
Ricci met Heerdegen on the set of doomed TV drama Pan Am at the beginning of 2012 and they announced their engagement earlier this year (13).
Maybe it was the excitement of free makeup, but Christina Ricci has finally admitted that yes, she is engaged. On Friday the actress was helping unveil the Make Up For Ever Remix Make Up Bag and Mobile Tour when she confirmed the news to Us Weekly. When asked if the ring she has been sporting since last October was an engagement ring, the 32-year-old replied, "Yeah. [It happened] a couple months back."
The guy who did the asking is James Heerdegen, a dolly grip she met on the set of the now canceled ABC show Pan Am. The two have been dating for a year.
No word on when the wedding will take place.
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The Sleepy Hollow actress let the big news slip during the launch of her new Makeup Forever launch in Los Angeles on Friday (01Feb13).
The actress met her cameraman husband-to-be on the set of doomed TV drama Pan Am at the beginning of 2012 and they have been inseparable ever since.
Confirming the news on Friday when a keen-eyed fan spotted a ring on her wedding finger and asked the million-dollar question, Ricci replied, "We got engaged a couple months back."
The actress was previously engaged to Owen Benjamin in 2009.
The Addams Family star touched down at Los Angeles LAX Airport on Thursday (11Oct12) and was photographed wearing the piece of jewellery on her ring finger, prompting speculation she is engaged to boyfriend James Heerdegen.
The pair met when the actor/production technician worked on her TV show Pan Am as a crew member last year (11).
Ricci was previously engaged to Owen Benjamin, but they split in 2009.
The former child star split from her fiance Owen Benjamin in 2009 and has largely remained single since dating photographer Curtis Buchanan for several months shortly after her engagement ended.
It now appears Ricci is enjoying a new relationship with Friends with Benefits star Heerdegen, who she met on the set of her TV show Pan Am.
The couple recently jetted off for a romantic vacation at the W Retreat & Spa-Vieques Island in Puerto Rico, where they were spotted walking along the beach hand-in hand.
A source tells UsMagazine.com, "They lounged on the deck of their room a lot... Christina was really active and did a lot of swimming. They strolled down Malecon, which is the main coastal street in Esperanza. People were super excited to see her there."
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