Isla Fisher is a mommy once again. The Now You See Me actress and husband Sacha Baron Cohen welcomed their third child together.
According to E!, their reps haven’t commented on the news, but sources that spotted the actress out and about said it was all they needed to confirm. At the time, Isla didn’t look pregnant so it’s safe to say at some point she gave birth to their third child. Their third child is a little sibling to Olive, 7, and Elula, 4.
Although the couple are very private Isla Fisher did make an appearance at the Oscars long enough to be marveled at by Jennifer Aniston.
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She even turned up with husband Sacha Baron Cohen too.
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The couple never officially announced that they were expecting a third child, but they didn’t exactly have to either. Fisher pulled out of the sequel to Now You See Me at the last minute, and that’s all it took to get people talking about the bun in the oven. Here’s a few pictures of Isla out and about.
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Here’s a rare photo of the couple enjoying time off at the beach back in January.
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As of right now, no one knows if Isla Fisher gave birth to a girl or a boy. Earlier, the actress opened up to Gotham magazine about juggling work with being a mother. For Fisher, there doesn’t seem to be much of a juggle.
“Even when you don’t take your kids with you, your mind and heart are busy with them. It’s not like you’re taking a break and looking on IMDbPro to see your StarMeter falling. You’re doing the most important, incredible thing. When you come back in, the perspective has changed. I truly believe you can’t have it all and you shouldn’t want to.”
Back in 2013, she admitted that she doesn’t need to take leading lady roles because her priorities shifted to motherhood. “When you come back in, the perspective has changed. I truly believe you can’t have it all and you shouldn’t want to. When you come back in, the perspective has changed. I truly believe you can’t have it all and you shouldn’t want to.”
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