Taylor Louderman And Brooks Toth Are Expecting Their First Child

Taylor Louderman, an American actress, has revealed that she is expecting her first child with husband Brooks Toth. On Saturday, August 20, the 31-year-old actress shared a series of images of the pair with their dog, Charlie, on Instagram. Toth is also shown carrying a sonogram of the baby in one of the photographs.

“This winter, I’ve been studying for my new position. #pregnancyannouncement #firsttimemom #futureparents”

Several close friends and celebrities weighed in to congratulate the soon-to-be parents.

Desi Oakley, a singer, wrote:


Fortune Feimster, an actress, commented:

“Omg! I’m really happy for you two. Congrats!”

Tommy Bracco penned:

“The most exciting news!!! I’m overjoyed for you!!!”

According to Broadway music director Benjamin Rauhala:

“I adore both of you!!!! Congratulations!!!! ROTTEN, I can’t WAIT to pamper your little one!!!!”

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Taylor Louderman and Brooks Toth married in a fairytale setting

Taylor Louderman and Brooks Toth met for the first time in 2018 at a mutual friend’s party in Manhattan. They began dating soon after and were engaged on Christmas Eve in 2019. According to Brides magazine, the couple chose a historic lighthouse in Jupiter, Florida, because of its “picturesque setting.” They couldn’t, though, since the facility was completely booked all year. The pair decided to rearrange their wedding plans and exchange vows in Louderman’s hometown of Missouri. However, fate had other ideas for them, and they were able to reserve their preferred spot. In an interview with Brides magazine, they stated:

“We didn’t want to wait and didn’t mind having a simple wedding when COVID struck. So we decided to check whether the lighthouse had any vacancies, and it did! We leased a motor home, transported Taylor’s family to Florida, and created memories that will last a lifetime.”

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Taylor Louderman and Toth secured the site for their private wedding ceremony on June 14, 2020, surrounded by friends and family. According to the magazine, just 25 people attended the event, which was followed by a restaurant supper and a steel drum performance. They stated to the same publication:

“I was really looking forward to doing a more personal ceremony. The simplicity of our wedding felt like it reflected us beautifully, and I believe that is the silver lining of COVID. It gave us a license to mix things up and concentrate on why we were there in the first place.”

Michelle Lawson was also hired by the “COVID Couple” to photograph their wedding day.

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