Jonah Hill welcomes his first baby with Olivia Millar

From super bad to the super dad!

Jonah Hill welcomed his first baby with his girlfriend Olivia Millerhis representative confirmed to People June 2. The baby’s gender and name have not been revealed.

The news comes amid another milestone in Jonah’s family. His sister Feldstein Beanie married producer Bonnie ChanceRoberts on May 20 in upstate New York, although Jonah was not seen at the ceremony in any of the vogue Pictures.

THE Don’t look up The star was first linked to Olivia, co-founder of online vintage clothing retailer Chasseresse, in August 2022, when the two were spotted kissing on the beach in Malibu, California. A month after the sighting, Jonah embarked on a road trip with Olivia and her family, including her older sister Raychel Robertsto Santa Barbara.

The couple seemed to have taken their relationship to the next level by the new year. On January 10, Jonah and Olivia were seen shopping at a children’s clothing store while on a trip to Hawaii. At the time, the actor looked beach-ready in a relaxed tee and swimsuit, while the fashion maven sported a white bikini top and long flowing purple skirt.

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Jonah has largely kept quiet about his love life since breaking up with the surfer Sarah Brady Last year. In fact, the 21 jump street alum deactivated his Instagram account last August, shortly after announcing that he would not do press for his films in the future to protect his sanity.

Jonah Hill, Olivia Millar


“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 he explained in an open letter obtained by E.! News before the release of stutzJonas’ documentary about his psychiatrist Dr. Phil Stutz. “If I made myself sicker going out there and promoting, I wouldn’t be true to myself or the movie.”

Although Jonah acknowledges he would “cringe” at public statements such as his letter, he believed stepping out of the spotlight was the right move in his mental health journey.

“With this letter and with stutzI hope it will be more normal for people to talk and act on this topic,” he added. “So they can take action to feel better and the people in their lives can understand their problems more clearly.”

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