Jonah Hill and girlfriend Olivia Millar welcome first child

Jonah Hill and his girlfriend Olivia Millar have welcomed their first child after a year of dating, a rep for the actor has confirmed.

The rep shared the happy news with People on Friday (June 2).

News of the 39-year-old Superbad actor’s new addition comes just a day after his sister, Beanie Feldstein, announced she’d married her longtime partner Bonnie-Chance Roberts.

Hill and Millar first sparked rumors they were expecting in March when photos obtained by the Daily Mail showed her donning overalls that appeared to be covering a baby bump. The Chasseresse store co-owner – who is the daughter of model Esmé Marshall – was also seen wearing a diamond ring on her left hand while in Santa Monica. At the time, the pair did not confirm nor deny they had a baby on the way.
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The couple were first spotted kissing and holding hands on a beach outside Santa Barbara, California, last August.

The Oscar-nominated actor had previously been engaged to Gianna Santos before they ended their relationship October 2020. Hill then started dating surfer Sarah Brady and denied rumors that they were engaged in February 2022.

“The rumors are not true. I’m engaged. But not to my girlfriend,” Hill joked via his Instagram account, which he has since deleted. “I am engaged to your mom. I know this is shocking but please respect our privacy at this time.”

Also taking to the social media site, Brady, 25, joked that she was set to tie the knot with Baby Yoda.

“The rumors are not true. I am engaged. But not to my boyfriend,” she wrote on her own Instagram Story. “I am engaged to Baby Yoda. This may seem like a betrayal but I have chosen a side. Please respect our privacy at this time.”

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Hill – who tends to keep his private life private – revealed in an open letter to fans that he suffers with anxiety and panic attacks and as a result would not be promoting his documentary Stutz.

“The whole purpose of making this film is to give therapy and the tools I’ve learned in therapy to a wide audience for private use through an entertaining film,” Hill wrote in August, per Rolling Stone. “Through this journey of self-discovery within the film, I have come to the understanding that I have spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks, which are exacerbated by media appearances and public-facing events.”

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