Elisabeth Moss announced on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she is expecting her first child.
Elisabeth Moss announced on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she is expecting her first child.

Elisabeth Moss Announces Pregnancy on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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Elisabeth Moss, known for her role in The Handmaid’s Tale, revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she is expecting her first child. 

Moss shared the news during her appearance on the show, playfully responding to host Jimmy Kimmel’s question about whether she was pregnant or a committed method actor with, “A little bit of both.”

Moss Describes Positive Pregnancy Experience:

During the interview, Moss expressed feeling “really lucky” with her pregnancy journey and inquired about parenting advice from Kimmel. The actress did not disclose additional details, such as the due date.

Kimmel Shares Bill Murray’s Advice:

In response to Moss’s query for advice, Jimmy Kimmel recalled parenting advice he received from Bill Murray during his wife Molly McNearney’s pregnancy. 

Murray suggested bringing Christmas lights and battery-powered candles to create a more pleasant atmosphere in the delivery room.

Moss’s Career and The Handmaid’s Tale:

Elisabeth Moss, known for her role in Mad Men and as the lead in Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, has received acclaim for her performances. 

Based on Margaret Atwood’s novel, the dystopian drama has been resumed for a sixth and final season.

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