Leading Hollywood stars Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead have become new parents! The couple, who appeared together in Birds of Prey last year, welcomed their first baby, McGregor's eldest child, Clara McGregor, confirmed on Instagram on Sunday. Sharing pictures of the newborn, the 25-year-old wrote, "Welcome to the world little brother ❤️ congratulations to my Dad & Mary - this is the greatest gift." Clara's younger sibling Esther, 19, too welcomed their little brother, while also revealing the child has been named as Laurie. Holding the infant in the pictures, Esther captioned them, "Met my little brother looking like a pirate. I recommend! Welcome to the family little Laurie."


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Mary Elizabeth Winstead did not publicly reveal the news of her pregnancy and was not photographed anywhere over the year with her baby bump. Ewan McGregor is also a father to two other children - Jamyan, 20, and Anouk, 10, from his previous marriage to Eve Mavrakis, whom he divorced after 22 years of marriage. The 50-year-old actor was first spotted kissing Winstead during an outing together in late 2017 after separating from her husband Riley Stearns in May that year. In January 2018, the Obi-Wan Kenobi star filed for divorce from Mavrakis, citing irreconcilable differences to be the reason for their split. Later, McGregor and Mavrakis' divorce was finalized in August 2020. 

McGregor and Winstead first met while shooting for the hit TV series, Fargo, in 2016. The 36-year-old actress, who split from her husband after being together for seven years, in an interview to Glamour U.K. in January 2020 spoke about the end of her first marriage and starting over. She said, "I got divorced a couple of years ago, which was a scary, crazy thing for me because I had been with the same person since I was 18 years old, and that was what I knew." Winstead added, "I was really starting new as an adult for the first time in my life. For me that was a big turning point, being OK with changing, accepting that change is a good thing and that it's OK not to know where that change is going to take you."