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Surprise! Natalie Dormer is a mom.
The “Game of Thrones” star, 39, confirmed this week that she and partner David Oakes secretly welcomed a daughter in January.
“It’s the perfect thing to do during a pandemic, is get pregnant and have a baby,” Dormer said on the “That’s After Life” podcast.
The actress, known for her portrayal of Margaery Tyrell on the HBO fantasy drama, also quipped to hosts Dame Esther Rantzen and Adrian Mills about her daughter’s conception.
“She’ll probably be sitting in a bar in 30 years’ time on a date going, ‘Yeah, I’m a COVID baby,’” Dormer joked. “I think there’s going to be lots of COVID babies cause what else could people do?”
Dormer, who met Oakes while working on the West End production of “Venus in Fur” in 2019, said parenthood has turned her world upside down in three months.
“You hear people say, ‘Your whole perspective on life will change, and your whole set of value systems will alter,’ and you sort of roll your eyes … and then you have one [a baby] and you go, ‘Oh, wow!’ It really does completely alter the lens,” Dormer explained.
“I’m in love, I’m absolutely in love. She’s a joy,” she continued.
That said, the lack of sleep is no joke.
“She’s an absolute joy, but I’m never going to complain about shooting hours ever again because sleep deprivation is something else,” Dormer said.
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