Pass the cigars! Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Mara Lane welcomed their first child, a healthy baby boy with a unique name – Wolf Rhys Meyers.
E! News had the exclusive scoop on the story, too. Wolf Rhys Meyers was born on December 15, 2016 at the couple’s home. Lane gave birth the natural way with the assistance of a midwife.
E! News first reported Lane’s pregnancy in September 2016. Since then, Lane has shared her pregnancy journey via adorable photos and posts on social media.
Over the holiday season, for example, she posted a photo of herself posing in front of a large Christmas tree while holding her growing belly. She captioned the photo, “Our other official pregowego dress. Found in #Amsterdam #Noordermarkt for 15 euros.”
She also wrote that, “Every other day I dunno as I have other dresses but Baby likes these ones.” She’s obviously a fashionable soon-to-be mother who likes to dress up and dress up well.
Lane continued, “[He]is super conscious, connected & aware. Has not let me eat much meat entire pregnancy either … has me thinking about things I’d rather live in ignorance to. Angel alien baby about to rock my world I already know #thankful for my soon to be best teacher and friend.”
According to an E! News Source, the couple have been together since January. Said source all added that, “They are so in love. He is in a great place and Mara and Jonathan really complement one another. He is healthy and happy.”
The last statement is apparently in reference to Rhys Meyers’ battle with alcohol addiction for the past several years.
In 2015, he used social media to apologize after he was photographed while drunk in London. He further explained why he missed publicity work for his film, Damascus Cover, too.
In the post, he wrote, “Mara and I are thankful for your support and kindness during this time. I apologize for having a minor relapse and hope that people don’t think too badly of me. I stopped drinking immediately and it is no reflection onDamascus Coveras I was not meant to attend Cannes this year and I apologize to fans and colleagues.”