Not so long ago, 48-year-old Rachel Weisz and 50-year-old Daniel Craig was announced to the public that will become parents. Now the paparazzi will not let them pass, because the new pictures of stars are very valuable. Photographers are always at the apartment in new York. Efforts were rewarded and the network got new pictures of a pregnant Weiss and Craig.
Not long ago, Rachel visited the Studio of The Late Show, where he spoke about the pregnancy. “Now I feel pretty good. The first four months were different, but everything is fine now,” shared Weiss with the host of Stephen Colbert.
Recall that Rachel personally announced the pregnancy to reporters. “Daniel and I are extremely happy. We’re having a baby. We can’t wait to meet him or her is a mystery to us,” said Weiss, adding that in the near future is going to visit one of the social events.
The baby will be the first joint child for the couple — now they each have children from previous marriages. In the beginning, Weiss was engaged to Director Darren Aronofsky, and in 2006 they had a son Henry. The Craig also has a grown daughter from his first marriage to Fiona Loudon — 25-year-old Ella.
The couple met in 2010 on the set of the film “House of dreams” and after six months from the beginning of the novel has secretly married.
“I never thought I would marry. I had no such purpose. Fortunately, I became the wife in adulthood,” said the actress about early marriage with Craig in an interview with The Evening Standard
Weiss is one of those who his personal life does not advertise, and carefully hides. She explains it this way: “You have to protect your marriage. When you are young, tells her friends everything. One of the greatest pleasures of Mature age — no need to share everything secret. After the wedding, the door to the private life locked away from prying eyes,” explained the actress.
In addition to the relationship with her husband, the son of the actress say in an interview he also likes. “He didn’t choose a mother that is always on view, so I keep him away from his work,” said Weiss.