Amanda Seyfried and husband Thomas Sadoski followed Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom’s example and announced the birth of their child through the charities they work with, INARA and War Child. Seyfried had also managed to keep her second pregnancy completely secret. The couple released a brief statement on War Child’s Instagram alongside the first photo of their son. The couple is also parents to their daughter Nina. They did not reveal their son’s name yet.
The caption read: “We are so happy to join with @warchildusa to be the first to announce that our board members @mingey and @thomas_sadoski welcomed their second child into this world.”
The statement continued: “Since the birth of our daughter 3 years ago our commitment to the innocent children that are so brutally affected by conflict and war has been a driving force in our lives”, They said “With the birth of our son the work of INARA and War Child has become our North Star.”
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Seyfried has kept her daughter largely off social media. She spoke to Entertainment Tonight in June about how she has decided what she will and won’t share on her Instagram.
“I don’t share her face or anything [online]; I’ll let her choose when she wants to do that later on in life,” she said, jokingly adding, “but I can’t help but share these insane conversations that [I’m] having with this 3-year-old. I mean, they’re so in touch sometimes it’s scary, but it’s also super funny. I love it, and if I can share any of that, I will.”
“She knows how badly I want to sing, and she will not let me,” Seyfried added. “She’s smart. I gotta think of a way to [negotiate] because I’m a singer, and if she starts walking out of the room when I start singing, I’m going to get, like, an even bigger complex than I already have.”
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