It’s official — Vada Sultenfuss is all grown up.
Actress Anna Chlumsky, who first burst on the scene in the 1991 coming-of-age movie “My Girl,” has revealed she and husband Shaun So are expecting a baby.
“I’m feeling pretty good so far,” Chlumsky tells People. “I was really lucky. I did not have any morning sickness, which was great because I was working.”
Anna and Shaun are due this summer and while they know the sex of the baby, they aren’t telling anyone just yet.
Chlumsky says now that “Veep” has wrapped its second season of filming, she and Shaun are “getting the nursery ready” and that she’s reading up on pregnancy.
“I’m being judicious with which books I read because I don’t want to get
overwhelmed. Most of the books have to do with how
to have a worry-free pregnancy and keep the anxiety down.”
Chlumsky current stars on HBO’s comedy “Veep,” about the first female Vice President of the United States. She can also be seen in an upcoming guest-starring role on NBC’s new drama “Hannibal.” Her husband So, whom she married in 2008, is a member of the U.S. Army reserves.