Entertainment Michelle Williams gives birth to second child

05:25  18 june  2020
05:25  18 june  2020 Source:   covermg.com

Michelle Williams: Mama

 Michelle Williams: Mama for the second time © Bang Showbiz Michelle Williams Michelle Williams gave birth to her second baby. As 'Us Weekly' reports, the US actress and her partner, the musical director and Tony Award winner Thomas Kail, recently welcomed their first child together. From the relationship with the late Heath Ledger, the 39-year-old already has a 14-year-old daughter named Matilda. Nothing is known about the gender and name of the newcomer, and the exact date of birth remains a mystery.

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Michelle Williams has become a mother again.

The Brokeback Mountain star and her fiance Thomas Kail have welcomed their first child into the world, according to a report by Us Weekly.

The baby is William's second, as she is also mum to Matilda, her teenage daughter from her romance with the late Heath Ledger.

The 39-year-old actress revealed she was engaged to theatre director Kail and pregnant with his child late last year. The star met Kail while they were working on award-winning TV drama Fosse/Verdon. Kail is perhaps best known for directing the Off-Broadway and Broadway productions of Lin-Manuel Miranda's In the Heights and Hamilton.

In March keen-eyed fans spotted a wedding band on Kail's finger when the pair were photographed taking a romantic stroll in New York, sparking rumours they had tied the knot. But neither Williams nor Kail have commented on the photograph or speculation they are married.

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America Ferrera felt "anxious" giving birth amid the coronavirus pandemic, because she was worried about getting sick, and potentially giving her newborn baby the virus too. She said: "There's the anxiety about the [coronavirus] itself which is like, you don't want to get sick, you don't want your children to get sick, you don't want your newborn baby to get sick," she said. "I try to stay away from the news cycle because I think you can drive yourself absolutely insane. I just know I have to put up my filters because I don't have the emotional capacity to let that in.

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