Speculation and rumors about celebrities are a common occurrence in today’s media landscape, with many fans and followers eager to know the latest news about their favorite stars. Recently, the online community has been abuzz with rumors about whether actress Brianne Howey is pregnant.
Howey, who has gained popularity for her roles in shows like “The Passage” and “Ginny & Georgia,” has not made any official statement regarding the matter, leaving her fans and followers curious and eager for answers. As rumors continue to swirl, many are wondering if there is any truth to the speculation, and if so, what it could mean for the actress and her career.
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Is Brianne Howey Pregnant?
The Georgia & Ginny actress made the announcement that she and her husband Matt Ziering are expecting their first child. The actress made her pregnancy announcement during the Boss spring 2023 fashion show in Miami on March 15 while wearing a brown maxi dress, and the following day she confirmed the news on social media.
She posted a picture of herself from the occasion to Instagram on March 16 with the caption: “Show with my forever new +1, boss. I appreciate you having us. I enjoyed every minute of the new #hugoboss collection.”
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Also, some of those expressing their joy with Brianne included the TV kids. Ginny, the adolescent daughter of Antonia Gentry’s character, who plays her, left a remark on her Instagram post “Diesel La Torraca, who portrays Georgia’s son Austin, wrote on Instagram, “I can’t wait to be a big brother!!! So. happy. for. you.” I am very thrilled!”
The happy news of a baby comes one and a half years after Brianne, 33, and Matt, 37, exchanged vows in front of loved ones in a private home in Palos Verdes, California, in 2021. The couple, who dated for five years before getting married, adopted Bodie, an Australian Shepherd-mix puppy, in the early stages of the pandemic.
Brianne discussed getting to be a mother on television in a 2021 interview with DuJour magazine.
“I’ve always anticipated the day I got to play a mom. “Despite the fact that my mother has passed away, this job was made much more significant because it allowed me to travel and see life from the other side of the table. After this, I definitely have a greater understanding of parenting and adolescent children.”