Earlier this year, actress Carey Mulligan debuted her baby bump for her third baby while attending the AFI Awards. The actress and her husband Marcus Mumford are notoriously private with their personal lives, and no update had been given about their third baby… until now.
During her cover interview for the November issue of Vogue, the Maestro star was revealed to have given birth. The interviewer described Carey as being six-weeks postpartum at the time of the interview and arrived at “a London coffee shop with a bemused gesture at the yellow diaper-leak stain streaked across her blouse.” The actress arrived with her newborn in tow and said upon arrival, “I’m going to change you, and then we’re going to find Mum another shirt.”
Throughout the remainder of the interview, no other mention was given to the newborn, including their name or sex. Carey and the Mumford and Sons frontman share two other children together, a daughter named Evelyn Grace, 7, and a son name Wilfred, 5. The She Said star began dating the “Grace” singer in 2011 and the two wasted no time in taking the next steps in their relationship. They became engaged in August 2011 after just five months together. Less than one year later in April 2012, they tied the knot on a farm in Somerset, England.
Congratulations to Carey and Marcus on the arrival of their third baby! We hope they are continuing to enjoy being the parents of three children.
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