Published: Fri, February 23, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Rachel McAdams expecting her first child

Rachel McAdams expecting her first child

Actress Rachel McAdams is reportedly pregnant!

McAdams also starred in the independent film Disobedience with Rachel Weisz, which follows the story of an Orthodox Jew woman that goes back to her home in Hendon London and reconnects with her former female lover.

As of the time of writing, Rachel has not spoken about the speculation, but has been keeping a low profile in recent months and skipped out on the premiere of her new movie "Game Night" on Wednesday (21.02.18).

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Though she has not personally confirmed the baby news, E!

McAdams, 39, has been dating screenwriter Jamie Linden, 37, since 2016, when they were first spotted together on a stroll in Los Angeles. McAdams has since crafted an extensive and equally impressive resume that's gotten her tons of praise from Hollywood A-Listers and TV and film connoisseurs.

McAdams on multiple occasions has expressed an interest in having children, telling Marie Claire in 2015 that "at some point" she'd like to start a family.

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"Part of me is very attached to the idea of having children", McAdams told InStyle in 2010, adding, "It'll depend on if I find the person I want to do that with".

Rachel famously dated her The Notebook co-star Ryan Gosling in the mid-2000s. She's a nurse and very nurturing and gentle. "My mum is a great inspiration to me". She lets me be who I am.

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