It looks as if the universe has gained another gorgeous human being thanks to a red-headed actress and a dark and handsome Italian noble. Actress Jessica Chastain and her fashion executive husband, Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, have indeed made their dreams of parenthood come true at long last. While the world is just now learning about this little bundle of Hollywood joy, her parents have had plenty of time to become smitten with their little girl. It is reported that little Guilietta was born back in April, making her roughly seven months old now. Seven months? That is some Kylie-Jenner-Level baby secrecy! We have to admit that is pretty impressive, but not unexpected considering the pair's style.
The ever private and classy couple, who became parents via surrogacy, have kept to their pattern of remaining tight-lipped when it comes to their personal life. For the duration of their five-year courtship, their marriage and beyond, the pair has given away very little detail to the public. Rumors of a baby started swirling last month when the 41-year-old actress was spotted pushing a stroller while on location in Boston. No baby could be seen, thanks to a blanket and stroller cover, but it definitely got people talking. Her husband was also seen toting around a baby carrier in that same time frame, making the possibility of parenthood even more imminent. Everything was seemed to be pointing to a baby, but it has only recently been confirmed by the famous couple.
Chastain and her dreamy spouse wed back in 2017 in the fairytale-like, Italian city of Treviso. They gave their vows in a low key, intimate and beautiful ceremony. Their darling little lady has Hollywood royalty as well as Italian regality flowing through her tiny veins. Her mommy is the epitome of Hollywood glamour, having scored several awards and accolades for her work in film, and her father comes from an Italian noble family which dates back to 973. She is destined for greatness, and we have no doubt that her parents will help her reach her full potential someday, but for now, they seem happy just to enjoy these baby years.