Kristen Wiig Finally Reveals the Names of Her Baby Twins in the End Credits for Her Latest Film
Kristen Wiig finally revealed the names of her twins after they were born over 6 months ago.
Kristen Wiig finally revealed her twins' names, who were born in June 2020, in the sweetest way, and it involved one of her recent movies.
The "Saturday Night Live" actress used the credits of her latest movie, "Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar," which she created with her co-star Annie Mumolo.
In the special thanks section of the movie's ending credits, Wiig credited Avi, Luna, and Shiloh, an apparent reference to her family. Mumolo added her own special thanks credits too.
Wiig and Rothman secretly exchanged their vows without a public announcement, which she revealed during an interview with Stephen Colbert on his talk show. She said:
“He’s now my husband. We did get married.”
The comedian is very private about her children and her relationship with Avi Rothman. She confirmed their engagement in 2019 after the couple had been in a relationship for 3 years.
On "The Howard Stern Show, "she spoke lovingly about her life with her husband, their two 8-month-old babies during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. She shared that her family makes everything better.
The new parents were first seen together in 2016 while on a more romantic getaway to Hawaii.
Wiig and Rothman welcomed their twins Luna and Shiloh via a surrogate in June 2020. The mom has never publicly revealed their names until the credits of her latest film.
While speaking to Stern, she admitted that she faced some challenges with motherhood and having a busy career and shared that she was apprehensive about leaving her twins. She said:
'I’m convinced they’re going to forget who I am if I’m gone for a day. I have looked at my children and said “I am your mother!”
Wiig had been previously married to Hayes Hargrove, but it ended in divorce in 2019 after they had been married for 4 years.
The new parents were first seen together in 2016 while on a more romantic getaway to Hawaii. Engagement rumors sparked when she was spotted with a diamond ring on her ring finger.
Besides being hilarious on "SNL," she was in a few movies, including "Knocked Up," "Whip It," the Oscar-nominated "Bridesmaids." She left Saturday night live in 2012