“Harry Potter” Actress Bonnie Wright Is Expecting Her First Child
Another baby from the Harry Potter universe is on the way. Daniel Radcliffe recently became a first-time dad, and now, one of his co-stars is following suit. Bonnie Wright, who played the iconic role of Ginny Weasley, just announced that she and her husband, Andrew Lococo, are expecting their first child together.
Taking to Instagram, the 32-year-old actress shared a photo of herself and her husband, with a visible baby bump and a beaming smile. Bonnie accompanied the post with a sweet caption to express her excitement over the news.
“We’re having a baby! So excited to share this beautiful land with them,” she wrote. “What a wild and humbling journey pregnancy is, transforming to make space for new life.”
Acknowledging her joy in becoming a mother, the Harry Potter star hinted at her baby’s due date in her announcement. “Andrew and I can’t wait to meet our baby later this year and become parents,” she added. “It feels like they’re coming to say hello in the little rainbow orb across my belly.”
Wright and Lococo met at a New Year’s Eve party in 2018. Their relationship grew over the years, and the couple decided they were ready to tie the knot on March 19, 2022.
The lovers announced that they got married when the actress shared a video of their wedding rings on Instagram. “Yesterday was the best day of my life,” she wrote in the caption. “Thanks to my husband!!”
In a recent interview, Bonnie shared more details about her big day. The wedding ceremony included 110 guests and was held at The Ecology Center in California, which belongs to friends of the couple. “We loved the idea of being surrounded by bountiful growing nourishing plants as we said, ‘We do,’” admitted the actress.
“Our vision was to make it both a celebration of love and community. We wanted it to be intimate and people to feel present and relaxed,” shared the star. “It was important to reflect our love for the environment and use sustainable materials instead of any single-use packaging, lean into our creativity and make things ourselves, and source everything as locally and seasonally as possible,” Bonnie continued describing their outdoor ceremony.
Wright also spoke about her wedding dress, which was 100 years old. “I knew I wanted to wear a vintage dress. There are so many beautiful dresses already out in the world full of character and story,” explained Bonnie. “I luckily knew of a brilliant vintage bridal salon. It only took 2 visits to the salon, and I found my dress.” This news is more exciting than receiving a letter from Hogwarts. Congrats to the future parents-to-be, Bonnie and Andrew!