Nicholas Hoult and girlfriend Bryana Holly welcome their first child
X-Men: Apocalypse star Nicholas Hoult and girlfriend Bryana Holly welcomed their first child on Tuesday, April 17.
Nicholas Hoult and girlfriend Bryana Holly are now proud parents of their beautiful child! The pair kept the news a secret for a long time but People recently confirmed that the pair has welcomed their first child on Tuesday (April 17). “They have kept the news under wraps, but are so happy and excited,” a source told the magazine.
It was reported in March 2017 that the X-Men: Apocalypse star was started dating the Playboy model. However, the pair kept their affair as private as they could. Nicholas himself tries to keep his personal life away from the eyes of media and tends to bring only professional matters into the limelight. Even though Bryana has a large social media following, she has not posted any personal pictures with Nicholas.
Bryana was previously linked to Brody Jenner. As of Nicholas, he previously dated Jennifer Lawrence after the actors met in 2011 on the set of X-Men: First Class. The pair dated for two years but decided to call it quits in January 2013. However, they rekindled their romance in July 2013.
Unfortunately, their relationship could not last long as the pair decided to split again in August 2014. It is believed that their different schedules had been the reason for their split. “They just weren’t together a lot, her life is a whirlwind," a source told US Weekly at that time.
"They have gotten back together before, it just got to be too hard for now." Even though Jennifer and Nicholas could not work things out, he has been able to move on with Bryana and spoke about their relationship for the first time in Mr. Porter’s The Journal in November 2017. When asked if she had a “drawer in his bedroom,” Nicholas confessed that she has the freedom to keep her things wherever she wants.
“I don’t feel as though I’m that possessive over things like that. She can put her stuff wherever she likes," he said. While adding “My dad was an air pilot so he was flying a lot, and I grew up with my two sisters and my mum so I was used to ‘girl things’ being around and a ‘girl environment’ in the household.”