Chloë Sevigny Reveals Name of Newborn Baby and Shares First Photo

Chloë Sevigny is officially a mom! Get the details on the actress’ exciting family news.

By Mike Vulpo May 06, 2020 6:28 PMTags
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UPDATE: Chloë Sevigny has shared the name of her newborn baby! The actress to to Instagram on Wednesday to post a photo, along with a message to hospital staff that helped in the delivery.

"Welcome to the world Vanja Sevigny Mačković Born May 2nd New York City," she wrote. "Thank you to all the staff at Mt. Sinai East for your bravery, perseverance and kindness, especially the nurses for being so gentle and patient. Blessings to all the other families giving birth during this time. #ilovemyboys"


Chloë Sevigny is officially a mom!

A rep confirms to E! News that the 45-year-old actress recently welcomed her first child into the world and all are "healthy and happy."

The safe and healthy delivery comes in the middle of the Coronavirus pandemic where many hospitals have adjusted delivery room protocol. 

Back in March, Chloë reacted to New York Presbyterian hospitals' announcement that expectant fathers and others will not be allowed to be present for the birth.

"I hope all expecting families are finding some calm. Today's news in NY was very distressing for all. #support #prayers," she captioned one of her latest photos on Instagram. E! News is unaware if Chloë's boyfriend Sinisa Mackovic was ultimately able to be part of the birth.

Back in January, E! News confirmed Chloë was going to be a mom. And while the actress tries to keep her personal life on the private side, she previously shared glimpses of pregnancy life on social media.

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From a babymoon in Turks & Caicos to a fabulous photo shoot, Chloë made the most of her pregnancy journey.

It's a change for the American Psycho star who previously joked that her young looks were attributed to having no kids.

"I think the baby wear and tear and stress on your body is part of the reason why people say, 'Why do you still look so young?'" she told W magazine in 2016. "I really think that that unfortunately ages women, especially when they have children in their 30's, not in their 20's. So I think, first and foremost, it's that and genetics."

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Congratulations to the new mom on her new chapter!

This article was originally published on Mon, May 4, 2020, 3:41 p.m.

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