Christ Pratt Gets Real About Quarantine Pregnancy Struggles
By Allyson Vannatta, Senior Writer
During an interview with Extra TV, Chris Pratt revealed pregnancy struggles he’s facing while in quarantine as his wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, is pregnant.
This will be Katherine’s first child, and the second for her husband who shares a son with actress Anna Faris.
“I found myself complaining the other day about a little bit of low back and hip pain, and how I’ve gained a little weight in quarantine,” the JURASSIC WORLD star said.
Pratt said his wife, Katherine, gave him a sweet look before he said, “Oh right, right. I don’t really get to complain about that to you right now, do. I?”
The actor laughed about the update before moving on to talk about the filming of JURASSIC WORLD and the All-In challenge taking the entertainment world by storm
Movieguide® previously reported the announcement of Katherine’s pregnancy speculation.
The couple waited to confirm the news because, “They wanted to enjoy this time privately for as long as possible.”
The Pratts will celebrate their one-year marriage anniversary in June.
They are very open about their faith and share it pretty regularly.
Katherine previously told Fox News that “[Faith] is a huge part of our relationship and also just a huge part of our lives.”
She also recently released a book titles The Gift of Forgiveness. The book talks about how forgiveness operates and how it can look different to different people.
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