Christina Ricci, the American actress, best known for playing unconventional characters with a dark edge has decided to grow up her family. The actress has confirmed her pregnancy twice with her boyfriend, Mark Hampton, the popular hairstylist.

Notably, Ricci via her Instagram shared a picture of her ultrasound and revealed that she is expecting. Thus, she wrote, “Life keeps getting better. 🎉” Meanwhile, her boyfriend also shared the same picture and noted, “❤️🎉 Life Keeps getting better!!! 🎉❤️”

A few hours later, the comment section of the actress was full of wishes and her famous followers conveyed their love to the pair. Kat Dennings, the American actress commented, “Oh my god!!!” On the other hand, Helena Christensen  also congratulated the and mentioned, “Wonderful ❤️❤️❤️.” Furthermore, Diane Kruger, a German-American actress also wrote, “CONGRATULATIONS 🍾🎊🎈”

In July, the pair were together celebrating and enjoying the Birthday of the hairstylist and shared glimpses of their celebration. Thus,  Ricci claimed mark to be her ‘favorite person,’ and also clarified him to be a ‘gorgeous human’ and ‘bringer of all things happy, magical, and good.’

Further, Christina also mentioned, “I love you. This next year is going to be the best one yet.”

Significantly, Ricci is also a mother to Freddie, who recently turned 7 years old with her ex-husband James Heerdegen. Last year, the ex- pair file for divorce in July and were married back in 2013. Christina Ricci and James meet while she was working for the TV series ‘Pan Am.’

In 2017, the TV star sat for an Interview with Net-a-Porter’s ‘The Edit’, a digital magazine, and therein she shared the way her life changed after becoming a mother. That time, She said, “Marriage shows you your flaws in how you deal with things, and having a child forces you to grow up at the speed of light. I’m a completely different person than I was before I had my child.”

Further, in 2019, the actress opened up to IndieWire, about how and why she opts for keeping her little son’s life private and away from Social Platforms.

She said, “I had a very hard time with fame as a child, being interviewed and being asked about my life. I think that the way that I answered questions and the things I said earlier on were just, it was like somebody twisting in the wind. I was very reactive and aggressive and I acted out.”

She, further clarified, “No child should be held up for adults to criticize, question, interview, weigh in on. It’s the reason we don’t have pictures of our children up online. It’s the same thing.”

By Joe Nelson

A Scottish transplant to Canada, Joe writes about tech, film, streaming, games and sometimes other things. He lives with his partner and many, many plants. You can send him things or ask why you should fill your home with photos.

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