Chloë Sevigny and her partner, Sinisa Mackovic, are now parents.
Multiple reports confirm the actor and her art gallerist significant other have welcomed a child. At this time, name, gender, and other details are unknown.
The news that Sevigny was expecting broke back in January, when she revealed her burgeoning baby bump while walking with Mackovic in New York City. She later confirmed the news herself by sharing a bikini Instagram shot while vacationing in Turks and Caicos. That wouldn’t be her last fashion-forward pregnancy post: as the months went on, she shared pictures of herself in effortlessly cool looks.
At 45, the perennial it-girl has challenged notions of the traditional age for American motherhood. Birth rates for women ages 40-49 are on the rise. High-profile figures from Senator Tammy Duckworth to Cameron Diaz are both new moms and quadragenarians. “Childbearing is a fraught topic at any point during a woman’s life, but rarely is it more so than during the run-up to the fifth decade, when conventional wisdom—if not science—suggests a golden door slamming shut,” Eviana Hartman wrote in a 2018. “The reality is that for a majority of women, it’s not.”