Adam Goldberg and his long time girlfriend Roxanne Daner have bounced back from the tragic loss of their first child together. The pair announced they are expecting again. Congrats!
Adam Goldberg, 44, and his girlfriend of several years, Roxanne Daner, happily announced they were pregnant again on WTF Podcast with Marc Maron on Thursday, Dec. 18. The news is especially exciting since the sweet couple unfortunately lost their first child in utero at full term back in 2012.
Adam Goldberg & Girlfriend Roxanne Daner Expecting Baby
A parent’s worst fear is losing a child and sadly, both Adam and Roxanne have undergone such tragedy. But after taking some much needed time to heal, the couple tried again and are now expecting another bouncy baby very soon.
The Friends actor confirmed the baby news on Dec. 18, during an interview on WTF Podcast with Marc Maron. “We weren’t going to tell anybody – I mean it’s obvious. She’s gigantic. But we weren’t going to tell anyone unless you ran into her,” Adam stated.
Aw! It’s great to see Adam and his girlfriend haven’t given up and want to continue to build a family.
Adam Goldberg Opens Up About Loss Of First Child
In the new interview, Adam was able to open up about the horrible tragedy of his first child with Roxanne.
“I haven’t said this. I haven’t talked about this at all. My girlfriend – we’ve been together for several years – we had a stillborn child about a year and a half ago.”
He went on to say, “I’ve talked about it but not really in a public fashion. Totally awful, especially because I had been ambivalent of having children.”
Well, we hope that the remainder of Roxanne’s pregnancy goes off without a hitch and that the new baby is healthy!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers, do you think Adam and Roxanne waited long enough to have a second child? Let us know.
— Brittany King
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