Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys are parents on their TV show, The Americans, and now they are in real life, too. On Monday, Russell was seen carrying the newborn (in some kind of body wrap thingy) in New York City, while her partner Rhys carried a car seat (presumably for the baby, and not as a weird man-bag). No word on if this means that they're also actually Russian spies, like in their TV show. Probably not, though.
No exact date for the baby's birth has been given, because just like the spies they play on TV and may actually be (but, again, are probably not), they are super secretive secret-keepers who don't phone the paparazzi immediately after notifying friends and family of the baby's weight and size. But a source told Us that Russell gave birth sometime last week, and that her mother and brother have been staying with them for the last week. Which is either lovely or exhausting, depending on family dynamics.