Congratulations are in order for co-stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. The happy couple, who embarked on a romance while filming their spy drama The Americans, are expecting their first child together this year.
"Keri is more than four months along," a source told Us Weekly, adding: "It's so exciting for them."
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Keri and Matthew are reportedly expecting a baby
Rumours of their blossoming relationship started in early 2014, however, the couple did not confirm the news until they were seen together at a play in Manhattan in April that year.
Keri and Matthew play married Russian spies living in 1980s Washington in the critically acclaimed show. Currently filming season four in Brooklyn, the duo are often seen out in New York with Keri's two children from her previous marriage.
The couple are co-stars on The Americans series
The former Felicity star has a daughter, Willa, four, and an eight-year-old son River, with ex-husband Shane Deary. The couple's marriage ended in 2013 after almost seven years.
The 39-year-old actress first fuelled speculation she might be expecting when she was pictured in a baggy coat in December alongside the Welsh actor and her daughter . The Dawn of The Planet Of The Apes star was also seen wearing a loose black jumper while grabbing a coffee on set in Brooklyn, giving fans more to speculate about.
Keri's baggy jumper fuelled pregnancy rumours
While Matthew and Keri spend more time together on set, their relationship seems to be getting stronger. "They are always together and love roaming around New York," a second source told the publication. "Matthew is really in love. They feel they should have always been together."
Keri, who filmed her indie comedy Austenland while expecting daughter Willa, has previously commented on how comfortable she feels when pregnant. "I absolutely loved being voluptuous," she told USA Today. "That's not a word that I have ever had anyone describe me as - voluptuous," she said. "And I will never be voluptuous except when I'm pregnant. It was amazing."