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'The Mummy' star Rachel Weisz pregnant at 48 by Daniel Craig

Edduin Carvajal
Apr 20, 2018
07:58 A.M.
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Rachel Weisz, best known for The Mummy, announced that she and her boyfriend, Daniel Craig, were expecting a baby.

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The 48-year-old actress revealed the big news during a short interview with the New York Times. In it, Weisz confessed she and Craig were happy for welcoming to the world a ‘little human,’ and pointed out they don’t know the sex of the baby yet.

According to Daily Mail, Weisz has an 11-year-old son named Henry already. He was born while Weisz and her ex-boyfriend, Hollywood director Darren Aronofsky, were still together.

In 2010, when Aronofsky and Weisz part ways, she started dating Craig, 50, best known for the last four James Bond’s films. A year later, they got married in New York.

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Weisz confessed that she and Craig have tried their best to keep their romance in private but, given the fact that they are two famous Hollywood personalities, it has not been an easy task.

In the couple’s recent outings, Weisz wore loose-fitting pieces of clothing that hid her baby bump. When she was at the Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills on April 18, she put on a blazer that covered her body.

Earlier this month, she was seen with Craig at the Night of Opportunity Gala in New York. For that occasion, she wore a loose red dress.

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Weisz, who admitted that she didn’t have intentions of getting married before meeting Craig, revealed that their relationship was ‘very personal’ and that there were no ‘exceptional’ aspects of it.

She added that she could find happiness when she reached a more ‘mature moment’ as she never believed in the concept of romance. Weisz couldn’t even relate to romantic comedies because most of them were focused only on marriage.

Craig has a 25-year-old daughter from his previous relationship with Fiona Loudon. Given the fact that the couple has raised children of their own in the past, they are very likely to be good parents of their upcoming baby.

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