Jonah Hill and girlfriend Olivia Millar get ice cream in Malibu after welcoming their first baby

PEOPLE confirmed earlier this month that the couple welcomed their first baby together

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Jonah Hill and Olivia Millar enjoy a sweet treat.

On Wednesday, Hill, 39, and Millar, who recently welcomed their first baby together, were spotted going out for ice cream with family members in Malibu, California.

Hill was seen wearing a brightly colored T-shirt tucked into dark pants and green slides. Millar wore a dark dress with a black cardigan thrown over her shoulders, while she sported a ring on her left ring finger.

Millar was seen wearing a ring in March, when PageSix posted photos of her and Hill in Santa Monica.

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Hill and Millar, the daughter of 1980s supermodel Esmé Marshall, were first spotted spending time together in Santa Barbara in September.

Earlier this month, PEOPLE confirmed that the couple had welcomed their baby. The actor was unable to attend his sister Beanie Feldstein’s wedding in the Hudson Valley on May 20 due to birth.

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Hill, who made his Hollywood debut with roles in comedies in 2007 knocked up And super badwas most recently in the Netflix comedy you people and also released a documentary, stutzwhich covered his own relationship with mental health and fame.

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He wrote an open letter to fans last August explaining that he would not be promoting stutz due to his concerns that publicity has exacerbated his struggles with anxiety, as covered in the documentary.

“Through this journey of self-discovery in film, I realized that I had spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks, which are exacerbated by media appearances and public events,” said writes Hill in the letter.

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