Wilde and Sudeikis expecting first child


File-In this Dec. 29, 2012 file photo provided by Kansas University, actress Olivia Wilde, left, and actor Jason Sudeikis watch Kansas play American in an NCAA college basketball game in Lawrence, Kan. Wilde and Sudeikis are expecting their first child. Wilde's publicist, Joy Fehily, confirmed the news on Sunday Oct. 27, 2013. This will be the first child for both actors. (AP Photo/Kansas University, Jeff Jacobsen, File) | Zoom

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis are expecting their first child.

Wilde's publicist, Joy Fehily, confirmed the news on Sunday. This will be the first child for both actors.

The baby news was first reported by People.com.

The couple became engaged in January. This will be the second marriage for both actors. Wilde's divorce from documentarian Tao Ruspoli was finalized in 2011. Sudeikis and "Pitch Perfect" screenwriter Kay Cannon divorced in 2010.

Wilde, 29, is known for her roles on TV's "House M.D." and in films like "Tron: Legacy" and "Cowboys & Aliens." She recently appeared in Ron Howard's "Rush." Sudeikis, 38, rose to fame while starring on "Saturday Night Live." His latest film was "We're the Millers" with Jennifer Aniston.


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