Jonah Hill Becomes a Dad: Actor and Girlfriend Olivia Millar Welcome First Child Together

-Jonah Hill and girlfriend Olivia Millar have welcomed their first child together
-The couple have rarely shared details about their relationship with the public
-Hill has taken a step back from the public eye in order to manage his anxiety

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Actor Jonah Hill has taken on a new exciting role – that of a father! People magazine confirmed on June 2 that Hill and his girlfriend Olivia Millar have welcomed their first child together. However, the couple has not disclosed the baby’s date of birth yet. The “Superbad” actor was notably absent from his sister Beanie Feldstein’s wedding on May 19. POPSUGAR tried to reach out to the representative of Hill for further comment but had not received a response at the time of publication.

The news of the couple’s pregnancy first broke in April. Photos of the pair in Santa Monica published by the Daily Mail showed Millar with a visible baby bump. Hill and Millar have kept their relationship relatively private and have not shared much information about their personal life with the public.

Earlier this year, Millar, who is a co-owner of a vintage store called Chasseresse, sparked engagement rumors after she was seen wearing a diamond ring. However, the couple has yet to confirm anything. It’s also unclear when the two started dating, although they were first seen together in September 2022, as reported by the Daily Mail.

Prior to dating Millar, Hill was engaged to Gianna Santos, but they called it off in 2020. Since the break-up, Hill has taken a step back from the public eye to help manage his anxiety better. In an open letter on Deadline, Hill explained the toll that public appearances take on his mental health, saying, “I have come to the understanding that I have spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks, which are exacerbated by media appearances and public-facing events … If I made myself sicker by going out there and promoting (my film), I wouldn’t be acting true to myself or to the film.”