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Fans Catch Rare Glimpse of Rachel McAdams’ New Baby in His Mother’s Loving Arms

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Hollywood actress Rachel McAdams generally keeps her life out of the public eye, but fans were ecstatic to catch a rare glimpse of her newest, smallest addition: a baby boy. The Notebook star gave birth to her son five months ago, but images of the new baby have never emerged — until now.

Pictured in Los Angeles on Wednesday evening, the new mom looked every bit as doting as we’d expect. Fans took to Twitter to share the adorable pics.

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Rachel and her son were joined by the actress’s partner Jamie Linden and her mom Sandra. The adults all took turns at pushing the new baby in his stroller, but the starlet wasn’t holding back from getting the most out of mom time, planting lots of kisses on him as she carried him.

Rachel and Linden have been together since April 2016, but have kept their relationship and the new baby private. They have yet to announce his actual birth date and name.

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The new parents keep their private life out of the spotlight. (Photo Credit: Now to Love)

The 39-year-old new mom was previously linked to her Notebook co-star Ryan Gosling, much to fans’ delight.

The two appeared to go their separate ways in 2007, and Gosling has since started his own family with actress Eva Mendes.

Jamie, a screenwriter, previously dated actress Zooey Deschanel. In February, an eyewitness spotted McAdams and Linden out together, telling Life & Style: “They were a low-key couple and not outwardly affectionate.”

We’re looking forward to seeing some more pics of the adorable little boy!

This article was originally written by Jess Pullar. For more, check out our sister site, Now to Love.

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