‘Lost’ Star Maggie Grace Pregnant With Her ‘Little One’ Amidst ‘Uncertain Times’ of Coronavirus
The actress known for her role as Shannon Rutherford on the ABC series is expecting her first child with husband Brent Bushnell and is due to give birth this summer.
- Mar 21, 2020
AceShowbiz – Maggie Grace is seeing a ray of light in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak. On Friday, March 20, the actress known for her role as Liam Neeson‘s daughter in “Taken” film series shared with her fans that she and her husband of nearly three years, Brent Bushnell, are expecting their first child together.
Breaking the happy news herself, the 36-year-old posted a photo of her cradling her little baby bump on Instagram. “In the midst of these uncertain times, we’ve been blessed with a joyful reminder of what’s most important,” she wrote alongside the sweet picture. “Our first little one will be joining us this summer.”
Amidst the joy, the former “Lost” actress expressed hope for others to “stay safe and healthy.” She did not forget to subtly stress the importance of self-isolation by adding “isolatingbutihavecompany!,” “saferathomeCA,” “istayhomefor” and “letstakecareofeachother” hashtags to her post.
Maggie’s co-star on “Lost”, Jorge Garcia, was quick to celebrate the good news by writing, “Wow! Awesome! Congratulations!” Meanwhile, fellow “Fear the Walking Dead” actress Mo Collins could not gushed, “Never alone!! Bless!!! You know I am so happy for you. Yay!! Good news!!! Been thinking so much about you with all this. Love to your little fam!”
Jorge Garcia congratulated Maggie on her pregnancy.
Mo Collins chimed in.
Maggie and Brent exchanged wedding vows in Ojai, California in May 2017. Having been engaged for only three months before tying the knot, the couple kept their relationship private. However, in February 2017, she posted a loved-up photo of them both on a boat. “the strongest and sweetest songs yet remain to be sung (Whitman),” she wrote in an accompanying caption.
Prior to marrying Brent, Maggie got engaged to writer-director Matthew Cooke in February 2015. “Matthew Cooke & I are so excited to share our engagement with you guys! I could not feel more grateful to share my life with this incredible man,” she captioned a now-deleted Instagram post. The pair called in quits a year later.
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