Congratulations are in order for Game of Thrones couple Kit Harington and Rose Leslie, who have welcomed their first child together!
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After being spotted stepping out in London with their new bundle of joy, a rep for the couple confirmed that they are now proud parents to a baby boy, telling E! News, they are, "very, very happy".
The pair, who first met in 2012 while playing on-screen lovers Wildling Ygritte and Jon Snow in the hit HBO show, have kept details over the pregnancy under wraps since first announcing they were expecting last September.
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Rose, who first rose to fame starring in Downton Abbey, confirmed she was expecting in a photoshoot for Make Magazine. In a gorgeous black-and-white portrait, the actress showed off her blossoming baby bump.
She also revealed details of the couple's home life in their newly-renovated East Anglia Tudor home, which is where the couple will raise their newborn baby.
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"What a glorious thing to be able to run to the countryside and recoup," she said. "It's a great privilege to be surrounded by greenery, birdsong and hedgerows, and our delightful neighbours. It's so peaceful."
Rose Leslie showed off her bump in a stunning portrait
Rose joked that she calls the refurbished 15th-century farmhouse, "the house that Jon Snow built" - referencing her husband's character on the fantasy series.
Kit and Rose, both 34, tied the knot at the stunning 12th-century Scottish castle, Wardhill, which is owned by Rose's family. Many of the pair's co-stars were in attendance, including Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.
The couple were wed in 2018
Kit opened up about the star-studded wedding during an appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show.
"I rang [the scheduling producer] up and I said, 'I'm getting married and it's your fault actually,'" the actor recalled. "I was like, 'You need to factor in a Game of Thrones wedding by the way.' They have all got to be there so the whole thing has got to shut down."
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