The newly married couple have officially become parents! Actress Amanda Seyfried and husband Thomas Sadoski just welcomed their first child this weekend. 

The comes after the Newsroom actor revealed last Thursday that he and Amanda had eloped. "We just took off into the country with an officiant and just the two of us, and we did our thing…We had a great day. It was perfect." It was a small yet meaningful ceremony. "Listen, she's the person I love, admire, respect most in the world."

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In an interview with Marie Claire in 2015, the Mamma Mia! star admitted that she badly wanted a baby and she was scared that her "eggs were dying off" because of her age. "I keep feeling like my eggs are dying off. Once you’ve turned 30, you might only have a 20 per cent of getting pregnant [each cycle]. And that’s if everything is working well. Isn’t that crazy?… I need to get on it… I want a child, badly. I’ve been feeling it it for like, two years. I’m not ready, but nobody is ready." 

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It was in November of last year when she announced the great news, so congratulations to the new parents and we hope to see how pretty their baby girl is soon! 

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