Chloe Sevigny lovingly coos at her nearly one-year-old son Vanja while dolled up at home in rare social media snap
Indie film star Chloe Sevigny shared a photo with her nearly one-year old-son Vanja on Thursday.
The 46-year-old actress posted an adorable snap of her and her only child during an intimate moment, as she modeled a pair of earrings from a local New York jeweler.
The Brown Bunny star was all dolled up in the Polaroid snap as she lovingly cooed at the tot, which is a rare look at the two since she welcomed her son in May.
Sneak peek: Chloe Sevigny, 46, shares a rare photo with her son Vanja as she lovingly coos at him giving her followers a glimpse into her very private life since welcoming her first child in May
Despite being in the comfort of her home, Chloe was runway ready in a patterned silk dress while holding her blonde-haired boy.
She welcomed Vanja with art gallery director Sinisa Mackovic and has chosen to keep many details of their life underwraps.
Sevigny did however briefly speak to The Cut ahead of her son’s arrival where she discussed learning her child’s gender.
‘When I found out I was having a boy, I had to wrap my head around that, as I am so girly. I don’t even have that many boy friends; all of my friends are girls. I just relate better to girls. I’m like, what the hell am I going to do with a boy?’ she shared.
Parents-to-be: She and her boyfriend Sanisa have chosen to keep much of their relationship and journey to parenthood underwraps; pictured 2020
Despite her initial hesitation, she shared that she was ‘thrilled and so excited about the whole thing.’
She and her Croatian-born beau have been dating for a little over two years, but she has rarely revealed any information about their relationship.
Chloe was nominated for an Oscar in 2000 for her role in Boys Don’t Cry but it was costar Hilary Swank who walked away with the award for Best Actress.
Though she has taken a small step back from the spotlight since catapulting to mainstream fame on Big Love, she did appear in the HBO series We Are Who We Are which premiered back in September.
Expectation management: ‘When I found out I was having a boy, I had to wrap my head around that, as I am so girly,’ she told The Cut ahead of her pregnancy; pictured August 2020
During filming she was pregnant but chose to keep that part of her life underwraps — at least to show director Luca Guadagnino.
‘I had a pooch, but I tried so hard to camouflage it. I’m not ever sure Luca knew I was pregnant,’ she shared with LA Mag, though she did say that production had been looped in due to having to schedule around her doctor’s appointments.
Chloe also revealed that she never thought motherhood was in the cards for her despite trying to conceive over the years both naturally and with the aid of science.
‘It was a real shocker. This was an accident. I didn’t think I’d ever have kids. I just acquiesced that it was not going to happen for me.’
Unexpected news: The Oscar nominee confessed that she didn’t think children were in the cards for her having tried over the years both naturally and with medical aid, as she called the exciting news ‘an accident’; pictured 2019