Anna Faris and Chris Pratt welcome first child, a boy
It's a boy for Anna Faris and Chris Pratt!
Faris, 35, gave birth to son named Jack on Saturday, August 25, according to People magazine. It is the first child for Faris and 33-year-old Pratt.
"Anna Faris and Chris Pratt are happy to announce the birth of their beautiful baby boy Jack," a spokesperson for the actress told the magazine. "He arrived earlier than expected and will be spending some time in the NICU. The happy parents thank you for your warm wishes and ask that you honor their privacy during this time."
The actress first announced her pregnancy in May. Faris and Pratt wed in 2009 after co-starring in "Take Me Home Tonight."
Faris recently appeared in the film "The Dictator" opposite Sacha Baron Cohen. She is best known for starring in the "Scary Movie" franchise, "Just Friends," and "The House Bunny." Pratt stars as the loveable Andy Dwyer on "Parks and Recreation." He has also appeared in "Everwood," "Moneyball" and "The Five-Year Engagement."
Faris was previously married in 2004 to her "Lovers Lane" horror movie co-star, Ben Indra. The couple's divorce was finalized in 2008, the same year she became engaged to Pratt.
Pratt and Faris talked about falling in love on the set of "Take Me Home Tonight," to OnTheRedCarpet.com at the film's premiere in 2011. "We met making this movie and we fell in love during that time," Faris said.
"And now we're married," Pratt continued. "So this is a pretty spectacular moment for us, to be able to come to this movie that we met on and fell in love making, so it's kinda neat."