Mena Suvari is pregnant at 41!
Actress Mena Suvari revealed that she is expecting her first child with her husband Michael Hope in an interview with the People. Similarly, Suvari shared with People, “It’s still this process for me of believing it and accepting that something this beautiful could happen for me. It’s been a very emotional experience. It’s very weird finding out… I was like, I can’t believe it!”
The actress said that the couple has been trying for a year for this happy news and used ovulation sticks to track her fertility. She also shared the happy moment of finding out, “You expect that it’ll happen and it didn’t. I got to this place where I felt overwhelmed and stressed out.”
Likewise, she uploaded a photo of herself with a baby bump on her Instagram and wrote, “I will never have enough words to describe my love for this beautiful soul coming into our lives, but I wont ever stop trying to give him the best life possible. You’re all I’ve ever wanted and the most important thing that will ever matter.”
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The greatest, most precious gift has come our way. Through all the trauma, through all the struggle, through all the doubt, our little angel has chosen us. I will never have enough words to describe my love for this beautiful soul coming into our lives, but I wont ever stop trying to give him the best life possible. You’re all I’ve ever wanted and the most important thing that will ever matter. We love you, #BabyHope. We welcome, honor, and cherish you. 🤰🏼✨ 🌙
Suvari and her husband Michael Hope tied the knot back in October 2018. She was previously in a marital affair with cinematographer Robert Brinkmann from 2000 to 2005 and concert promoter Simone Sestito from 2010 to 2012.
Biography of Mena Suvari
Suvari was born in Newport, Rhode Island on February 13, 1979, the daughter of nurse Candice and psychiatrist Ando Ivar Süvari. Similarly, her mother is of Greek descent, while her father was an Estonian from Pärnu. Likewise, she has three older brothers: AJ, Sulev, and Jüri. Furthermore, Suvari began modeling with Millie Lewis Models and Talent as a preteen and soon after appeared in a Rice-A-Roni commercial.
She is famous for her starring in films such as Slums of Beverly Hills (1998), Loser (2000), Rumor Has It (2005), Stuck (2007), and You May Not Kiss the Bride (2010). Besides, she has been featured in several fashion blogs and magazines such as Seventeen, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Details, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Marie Claire, Nylon, Vanity Fair, and Rolling Stone. Moreover, she is a frequent guest star at New York Fashion Week, among other fashion events.