Felicity Jones About Having a Baby During Pandemic in Interview for The Times

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In an interview for The Sunday Times, Felicity has discussed her experience of becoming a mother for the first time during the coronavirus – COVID-19 – pandemic. Felicity welcomed her baby son with her husband, Charles Guard, in April. She said that her childbirth was “scary” and the parenthood is a “rollercoaster.” “You are pretty much removed from the world in those first few months,” Felicity said, and continue: “I am ready for a few crazy parties.” The Midnight Sky star, who has lived in loose-fitting outfits for the last six months, said that she has been exercising in her living room listening to Lizzo and a bit of “D&B” because of nostalgia for her student days. Felicity and Charles are an extremely private couple who rarely share details about their private life. The Inferno (2016) star confirmed her pregnancy news after debuting her baby bump at The Aeronauts premiere in December 2019. She dated Charles for two years before he proposed to her in 2017, and they married in 2018 at the Sudeley Castle in England.

Felicity Jones stars alongside George Clooney and Kyle Chandler in the new science fiction movie The Midnight Sky. She said about herself: “I am romantic, and I love romantic stories – that is why I keep making romantic movies.” Before meeting her husband, Charles Guard – who is best known for directing the Amazing Spider-Man 2 and The Unknown – she dated sculptor Ed Fornieles for ten years.

Felicity Jone About Having a Baby During Pandemic in Interview for The Times

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