'That '70s Show' star shares first photo of one-year-old baby
Although Laura Prepon kept the toddler's face hidden, the onesie donned by her daughter reflected the new mother’s love for her roots.
Laura Prepon of That 70’s Show fame gave birth to a baby girl late in the summer of 2017. Since giving birth, Prepon and now-husband, Ben Foster, decided to keep the life of their baby girl, Ella, private from the limelight.
Apart from a few paparazzi shots, the world was not privy to pictures of baby girl Ella. This was true until Prepon shared a photograph of the toddler on her Twitter account. Still, she did not reveal Ella’s face.
The snap showed how Ella was connected to the new mother and her roots. Little Ella donned an adorable onesie, which had a cartoon style map of New Jersey printed on it.
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The Jersey Girl doesn’t fall far from the tree. pic.twitter.com/QM7eUFp4PY— Laura Prepon (@LauraPrepon) July 10, 2018
Prepon had captioned the pic, “The Jersey Girl doesn’t fall far from the tree.” It was a reference to her own upbringing in Watchung, New Jersey.
Prepon and Foster got married in a private ceremony just a month back. They announced their engagement way back in October 2016. Little Ella was born in August of 2017 and is now almost a year old.
Just Married! Thank you for all the love and support. Wishing all of us the good stuff! pic.twitter.com/0UrrQbZ6D5— Laura Prepon (@LauraPrepon) June 3, 2018
In a recent interview with The Moms Magazine, Prepon revealed that even though both, she and Foster, still work actively, one of them is always at home with the newborn and that is important.
The 38-year-old actress is aware of the “Mom-Shaming” trends that are rampant on social media. New mothers get criticized for simple things which people incorrectly gather by just viewing some pictures.
Post workout, pre-coffee /— Laura Prepon (@LauraPrepon) April 19, 2018
post-coffee, post glam - thanks to Dayna Goldstein (hair) & Victor Henao (makeup) for making me camera ready! pic.twitter.com/4hnwW7yCDl
The recent trend of 'mom-shaming' may be a reason why she keeps Ella out of the public view.She told The Moms, that motherhood is an incredible gift, and that it is hard enough on its own, without people judging. She said that everyone should help each other through this, and not encourage the shaming.