Emily Blunt And John Krasinski Celebrates Baby Hazel’s 2-Month: ‘The Hollars’ Star Channels Daddy Feelings With Pregnant Anna Kendrick
By Sophia Steele | July 28, 2014 01:09 PM EDT
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski’s baby Hazel turned two months old and the couple can’t be prouder! Emily Blunt and John Krasinski also celebrated their four-year anniversary. So many good things are happening at once! But all good things do come to an end. The couple went back to work in Hollywood, John Krasinski to ‘The Hollars’ and Emily Blunt to ‘Into the Woods’.
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In May, John Krasinski announced on his Twitter the arrival of his first baby Hazel with an adorable picture.
— John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) May 13, 2014
Emily Blunt also couldn’t help gushing about her daughter on Ellen DeGeneres. “She's just stinking cute. Yeah she's so cute. She came out like ready for a photo shoot. She was like this, just perfect.” Unfortunately, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski couldn’t continue whiling away their time cooing at their gorgeous baby daughter Hazel. The power couple went straight back to work, pursuing their artistic pursuits. John Krasinski started filming his film, ‘The Hollars’, which he is directing and starring in. Somehow, the man can’t seem to get away from pregnant woman. Anna Kendrick stars opposite ‘Away We Go’ actor as his pregnant wife.
We are NOT sure we wanna have this baby @johnkrasinski #TheHollars pic.twitter.com/5H6eY4VHEI — Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) July 25, 2014
‘The Hollar’ is about “a New York-based artist who brings his girlfriend, played by Anna Kendrick, back to his small town home as his mother prepares for brain surgery”. Vulture describes the movie as a “blend of Steel Magnolias and Garden State”.
John will be able to channel all his baby daddy feelings in the film!
Emily told Ellen on the talk show, “[Hazel] loves him, just loves him.”
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