American actress, Michelle Williams was seen for the first time since recently giving birth to her third child as she stepped out for a leisurely stroll with her husband Thomas Kail and their two-year-old son, Hart, in New York City on Saturday.
While the Dawson’s Creek alum, 42, has yet to announce any details about her family’s newest addition, the couple welcomed him sometime within the last month as she was last seen visibly pregnant while out shopping in mid-September.
Williams looked incredible in an olive green jacket with a brown collar and gold buttons as she carried their infant in a black BabyBjörn baby carrier.
She accessorized her casual ensemble with a pair of black aviator sunglasses, gold necklace and a pair of leather booties.
Kail, who is best known for directing the Off-Broadway and Broadway productions of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musicals In the Heights and Hamilton, wore a black windbreaker, green t-shirt, grey sweatpants and sneakers.
A massive rainbow balloon arch was delivered to their home ahead of William’s daughter Matilda’s 17th birthday.
The star shares her firstborn child with Heath Ledger who tragically passed away in 2008.
In May, Williams announced she was expecting another child during an interview with Variety.
“As the years go on, you sort of wonder what they might hold for you or not hold for you,” she said. “It’s exciting to discover that something you want again and again, is available one more time. That good fortune is not lost on me or my family.”
The pair, who married in 2020, welcomed their son Hart into the world in the same year.
While speaking about giving birth during the COVID-19 lockdowns, she said having a baby served as ‘a reminder that life goes on.’
“The world we brought a baby into is not the world we thought we were bringing a baby into, but the baby is ignorant of that. He experiences the unmitigated joy of discovery and the happiness of a loving home,” she explained.
Additionally, becoming a mother again made her even more ‘committed’ to making ‘a better world.’
“The most ecstatic moments of life and art are the transcendent ones,” she told the outlet. “Having children is like that. You combine your DNA with someone else to create a new life.”