Jonah Hill And Olivia Millar Celebrate the Arrival of Their First Child

Jonah Hill and fiancée Olivia Millar welcomed their first child on June 2. The gender and name of the infant have not been announced.

The announcement coincides with another significant event in Jonah’s family. Beanie Feldstein married producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts on May 20 in upstate New York, but Jonah isn’t shown in any Vogue photographs.

The Don’t Look Up actress was initially linked to Olivia—co-founder of the online vintage clothes company Chasseresse—in August 2022, when the two were kissing on the beach in Malibu, California.

A month after the incident, Jonah drove up the coast to Santa Barbara with Olivia and her family, including her older sister Raychel Roberts.

Jonah Hill And Olivia Millar Celebrate the Arrival of Their First Child

By the new year, the pair appeared to have taken their relationship to the next level. During a trip to Hawaii in January, Jonah and Olivia were photographed shopping at a children’s clothes store.

At the time, the actor wore a casual tee and swimming trunks to the beach, while the fashion diva wore a white bikini top and a long, flowing purple skirt.

Jonah has remained very silent about his love life since his split from surfer Sarah Brady last year. In fact, the 21 Jump Street star closed his Instagram account in August, shortly after saying that he would no longer do press for his films to safeguard his mental health.

“Through this journey of self-discovery within the film, I have come to the understanding that I have spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attαcks, which are exacerbated by media appearances and public-facing events,” he wrote in an open letter obtained ahead of the release of Stutz, Jonah’s documentary about his psychiatrist Dr. Phil Stutz.

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“If I made myself sicker by going out there and promoting it, I wouldn’t be acting true to myself or the film.”

Though Jonah admitted that he usually “cringed” at public declarations like his letter, he believed moving away from the spotlight was the best decision for his mental health journey.

“With this letter and with Stutz, I’m hoping to make it more normal for people to talk about and act on this stuff,” he continued. “So they can begin to feel better and so that the people in their lives can better understand their problems.”

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