Rachel McAdams reportedly welcomes first child

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Jamie Linden and Rachel McAdams welcomed a baby boy without telling us.

The 39-year-old actress has been romantically linked to Dear John screenwriter Linden, 37, since April 2016, but the pair have kept a vigilantly low profile, with zero joint red carpet appearances to date.

The happy parents were recently spotted carrying the infant while at lunch.

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McAdams hasn't commented on the news, and she made her last public appearance at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.

Talking about the pregnancy, the daily quoted an eyewitness saying that Rachel looked to be at least 7 months pregnant and when they were leaving, somebody asked Rachel if she knew if she was having a boy or girl, to which Rachel responded saying that she didn't know that.

Cast member Rachel McAdams poses at the premiere of "Doctor Strange" in Hollywood, California October 20, 2016. News back in February the actress, pictured here previous year, was going to be a mum for the first time.

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Back in 2009 Rachel had spoken about her desire to have kids. "Hopefully I can take on those qualities and be as great as her". "I'm looking forward to it someday", she told InStyle.

The beauty continued, "My mom is a great inspiration to me".

Despite "The Notebook" star not yet confirming the baby news herself, she has previously spoken about wanting to start a family. She lets me be who I am.

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