Jonah Hill Set To Be A Dad Less Than A Year With GF
American filmmaker Jonah Hill has some exciting things to celebrate at the end of the month, and fans couldn’t be happier. American filmmaker Jonah Hill has exciting things to celebrate at the end of the month, and fans couldn’t be happier for him.
Hill, who also legally changed his name not long ago, is about to become a father as he is expecting his first child with his latest girlfriend, Olivia’ Liv’ Millar. Plus, the actor is rumored to be engaged to Millar after she was recently spotted with a massive diamond band on her ring finger.
Jonah Hill and Olivia Millar are soon to be parents after dating for less than a year
Hill and Millar are undoubtedly over it as they have reportedly taken their relationship to the next level with an engagement and a baby.
Grayling Daily Mail UKHill’s beau was spotted shopping at The RealReal and Burro in Santa Monica on Monday, March 27, sporting a noticeable baby bump. The facility is close to the “21 Jump Street” actor’s $6.7 million three-bedroom South Colonial residence, where the couple lives.
In addition to her pregnancy, she looked engaged as she rocked a sizable square diamond ring on her left finger. However, the couple is yet to confirm or deny the speculations. Millar dressed in blue denim overalls for the outing, a black long-sleeved knit sweater and casual green slides for the shopping expedition.
Unlike Hill, Millar isn’t that famous and is only a co-founder of an online vintage site called Chasseresse alongside her sister Raychel Roberts. Two months before her latest outing, she was spotted shopping with the ‘Superbad’ star at Kokonut Kids, a children’s boutique in Hanalei, Hawaii, possibly in anticipation of the baby’s arrival.
While Millar went shopping on Monday, Hill reportedly spent the day surfing the beach, wearing a black bathing suit that highlighted her significant weight loss. The “Knocked Up” actor, who weighed 270 pounds in 2014, is part of a group called “Surf Jews California,” which he formed as an “inside joke” with filmmaker Spike Jonze and Beastie Boys rapper Mike Diamond.
Last August, the “You People” star and Millar first sparked dating rumors when they were caught packing on the PDA in Malibu, less than a year after he split from surfer and law student Sarah Brady. The “21 Jump Street” actor also once dated Brooke Glazer, Erin Galpern, Isabella McNally and Gianna Santos. She and Santos were engaged for a year before calling it quits in 2020.
Of course, fans can be upbeat about Hill’s double milestone, as they were in January when his name change petition was accepted. At the time, The Blast reported that Hill, whose real name is Jonah Hill Feldstein, had legally changed his name to Jonah Hill, although he went by the same name professionally.
According to legal documents obtained, he noted the approved filing and said, “Once the proposed ordinance is signed, it cannot be changed without a new name change request.” The 39-year-old, who has been dating Jonah Hill for more than a decade since the start of his career, did not have to show his face in court to approve the change.
In addition, according to the original documents, he filed to drop the Feldstein surname because he was known professionally as Jonah Hill, a name other than his real name, making the paperwork difficult.
Hill released a documentary about her journey in therapy and mental health
Hill isn’t the type to shy away from discussing her mental health journey, as she did in last November’s Netflix documentary Stutz. As reported, the production touched on not only her mental health journey, but the impact of therapy throughout her journey, focusing on her sessions with her therapist, Phil Stutz.
The “Moneyball” actor, who regularly spoke candidly about dealing with anxiety, hoped the documentary would help others going through a similar experience. In the film’s trailer, he admitted how strange it felt to make a film about his therapist and his experiences as a mental patient undergoing therapy.
However, she acknowledged that her life was “immeasurably better” as a result of working with Stutz, and believed that if the therapy could work for her, it could work for other people.