Miriam Shor says she 'knew the secret', opens up about co-star Hilary Duff's pregnancy
Duff had broke the news of her pregnancy with a truly romantic picture in which she can be seen cuddled up alongside her boyfriend Matthew Koma and sporting a tiny baby bump
Just last week, Hilary Duff had sparked social media frenzy by breaking the news of her pregnancy with a truly romantic picture. Cuddled up alongside her boyfriend Matthew Koma, the actress appeared to be showing a mini baby bump and had that beautiful glow, just about everything needed to send her 9 million-plus social media followers wild.
She had captioned the adorable photo: "Guess what guys! @matthewkoma and I made a little princess of our own and we couldn’t be more excited!!!!!!🤰🏼👶🏼🎀"
While Duff's fans are still trying to wrap their heads around this baby news, Meaww caught up with 'Younger' actress Miriam Shor, who plays Diana Trout on the TV Land comedy, for some exclusive details on Duff's pregnancy. As it turns out, the baby news wasn't quite a secret on set.
"Well, yes we knew the secret," said Shor. "We keep each others' secret pretty well, we all knew about that. We were so excited about it. I am so excited for her and I was so excited when she finally told the world. I am really excited to meet the new little one that she is bringing into the world," the actress, who has been a part of the series right since the very first season, told us.
"And we are also supportive towards each other, so it feels like an addition to our family," she added.
Diana and Liza's relationship has always been on the edge especially with Liza trying to keep her big secret from everyone at office.
[Spoiler alert] That changes this season, though, with Liza's boss, Peter Hermann-played Charles Brooks becoming aware of the truth.
With tough times ahead for Liza, hopefully, she [Sutton Foster] will continue to find some support in Diana.
"We love each other. The vibe on set is like... We absolutely love to make each other laugh. We all respect each other," says Shor, speaking about the on-set chemistry for the 'Younger' stars. "I am really, really lucky that this is my job and that people pay me to do this."
.Younger' returns on TV Land at 10 pm EST on Tuesdays.