Meryl Streep to become a grandma again! Her daughter Grace Gummer is ‘pregnant with first child’


Meryl Streep’s daughter Grace Gummer and producer Mark Ronson are expecting their first child in just a few months. 

Months after celebrating their first wedding anniversary in August, the 36-year-old actress confirmed the exciting news as she showed off her growing baby bump in a red-figuring dress at W Magazine’s 50th anniversary party in New York on Tuesday. 

The pair are ‘thrilled’ about the star’s pregnancy and that Ronson ‘has always wanted to be a dad,’ an insider told Page Six.

Growing family: Meryl Streep’s daughter Grace Gummer and producer Mark Ronson are expecting their first child in just a few months; seen on Tuesday

This comes another Streep’s eldest daughter, Mamie Gummer, welcomed a baby boy in February 2019.

In August, Ronson shared a heartfelt tribute to his wife, who he said made him ‘someone who spouts hallmark nonsense.’ 

‘When people used to tell me their spouse was their best friend, i thought they were spouting hallmark nonsense or that they were some freak anomaly of love,’ he admitted while enjoying a tropical getaway on their anniversary. 

Another grandbaby on the way! This comes another Streep's eldest daughter, Mamie Gummer, welcomed a baby boy in February 2019; Meryl Streep pictured in 2019

Another grandbaby on the way! This comes another Streep’s eldest daughter, Mamie Gummer, welcomed a baby boy in February 2019; Meryl Streep pictured in 2019

Now he identifies as ‘someone who spouts hallmark nonsense or is ‘a freak anomaly of love.’ 

Ronson continued: ‘Or maybe i just married the most incredible human being around. Happy Anniversary to my darlingest, you’ve made me happy beyond my wildest ❤️.’ 

Gummer and Ronson had been dating for about a year before they tied the knot on the British DJ and producer’s 46th birthday. 

So in love: Months after celebrating their first wedding anniversary in August, the 36-year-old actress confirmed the exciting news as she showed off her growing baby bump in a red-figuring dress at W Magazine’s 50th anniversary party in New York on Tuesday

So in love: Months after celebrating their first wedding anniversary in August, the 36-year-old actress confirmed the exciting news as she showed off her growing baby bump in a red-figuring dress at W Magazine’s 50th anniversary party in New York on Tuesday

Mom-to-be: The pair are 'thrilled' about the star's pregnancy and that Ronson 'has always wanted to be a dad,' an insider told Page Six

Mom-to-be: The pair are ‘thrilled’ about the star’s pregnancy and that Ronson ‘has always wanted to be a dad,’ an insider told Page Six 

Ronson announced that they had tied the knot in an Instagram post, where he professed his love for the actress.

‘To my truest love…out of nowhere, you made 45 hands down the greatest year of my life,’ he wrote.

‘And i’m sure it took me 45 years to become the man worthy of your love. I hope I spend every one of these birthdays by your side til my last day,’ he added.

Power couple: Gummer and Ronson had been dating for about a year before they tied the knot on the British DJ and producer's 46th birthday; seen in April

Power couple: Gummer and Ronson had been dating for about a year before they tied the knot on the British DJ and producer’s 46th birthday; seen in April 

‘And beyond. Forever and ever yours ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ (and yes, we got married),’ Ronson concluded. 

Some of the other celebs on hand for Davis’ soiree included Lin-Manuel Miranda, Katharine McPhee and husband David Foster, Fran Drescher, Sandra Lee, Barry Manilow, Katie Couric, Dionne Warwick, Patti Smith and many more.   

Davis is an iconic record producer and executive, who has won five Grammy Awards and has been inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame as a non-performer in 2000.

Just like the movies: Now he identifies as 'someone who spouts hallmark nonsense or is 'a freak anomaly of love'

Just like the movies: Now he identifies as ‘someone who spouts hallmark nonsense or is ‘a freak anomaly of love’

During his time working in the music industry, Davis signed a slew of artists to contracts who went on to become big stars, including Janis Joplin, Santana, Sly and the Family Stone, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Aerosmith, Chicago and Pink Floyd, among many others.

The Brooklyn, New York native has also been credited with helping build the careers of legendary performers like Whitney Houston and Barry Manilow.

As of 2018, Davis is the chief creative officer of Sony Music Entertainment.

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