Actor Jonah Hill has welcomed his first child with his girlfriend Olivia Millar, as confirmed by People on June 2. However, more related details regarding the baby have not been disclosed as of now. Recently, the “Bad Guy” actor Jonah Hill was not present at the marriage of his sister Beanie Feldstein, which now can be seen as plausible. Beanie Feldstein married producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts on May 20 in New York.
However, the arrival of the child has now become the latest milestone in Jonah’s family. Several fans across the globe adored the couple and were hailing their relationship, from the time it spread like wildfire.
Rumors of a romance between the “You People” star and Olivia Millar began to circulate. The rumors gathered steam after they were pictured kissing on a Malibu beach. However, Millar’s identity had not been formally revealed at the time. They made a public appearance together in Santa Barbara about a month later, raising speculation about their connection.
The couple was observed having fun in Santa Barbara, participating in activities together. According to media accounts, they were standing next to a white Mercedes Sprinter camper, implying that they were on a journey together, discovering new areas and creating shared experiences.
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The couple appeared at Hawaii’s Kokonut Kids, a children’s store. Their appearance in the store induced curiosity and rumors regarding their relationship and potential future plans. A few months later, Millar was spotted in California with what might have been a baby bump, fueling speculation that she was expecting.
In March, images of Millar in California with overalls covering what seemed to be a pregnancy bump went viral. In addition, Millar was seen wearing what seemed to be an engagement ring in the photographs. However, there was no confirmation of the engagement. As the couple refused to comment.
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The couple welcomed their first baby together, as reported by media outlets on June 2.