Diane Kruger and boyfriend Norman Reedus are expecting their first child

Diane and Norman met in 2015 on the sets of Sky and it wasn't until 2017 that their relationship was confirmed after the pair was spotted kissing


                            Diane Kruger and boyfriend Norman Reedus are expecting their first child

Baby on board! Diane Kruger and boyfriend Norman Reedus are expecting their first child together, according to US Weekly. This comes shortly after Page Six reported that the actress was spotted abstaining from alcohol and wearing clothes that hide her growing baby bump. 

The pair is expecting their first child together (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for InStyle)
The pair is expecting their first child together (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for InStyle)

In her recent Cannes appearance, Diane was seen wearing a large pink coat which very cleverly covered her stomach. “She’s been wearing super billowy dresses at three events here in Cannes so far and also at the Met Gala," an insider told the magazine. The source also added that Diane chose to drink "water at events where the customary Cannes rosé was flowing freely." 

At the same time, Diane gave rise to pregnancy rumors when she shared a black and white photo of herself which she captioned along with a footprint emoji. While this will be the first child for Diane, and, for Norman, it will be second. The actor has a son, Mingus Lucien Reedus, 18, with model Helena Christensen.

The pair confirmed their relationship in 2017 (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for Grey Goose)
The pair confirmed their relationship in 2017 (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for Grey Goose)

Diane and Norman met in 2015 on the sets of Sky. It wasn't until 2017 that their relationship was confirmed after the pair was spotted kissing. In 2016, Diane split from Joshua Jackson. The pair had been together for 10 years. 

According to Independent, Diane referred to the split as "liberating". "This was a long time coming,” she said. "Also, we broke up many months before we said we were broken up. So, by the time I made that decision, it didn’t feel like it was so urgent anymore. You don’t break up overnight after 10 years, you know what I mean?" While one would think breaking a 10-year-long relationship would be hard, Diane felt quite the opposite. 

"It wasn’t like an urgent, 'Oh my god, I can’t sleep at night', thing. Actually, it felt liberating because I didn't have to worry about that anymore. So I could immerse myself 100 per cent into something else," she said. "Nobody came to visit me, I didn’t have to worry about anything else but this."