EXCLUSIVE: Chloe Sevigny’s baby joy! Big Love actress cradles newborn as she arrives home to New York apartment with boyfriend Sinisa Mackovic

  • Sevigny was seen out with a very full bump last Tuesday
  • The same day she said she was due ‘any second’ in an Instagram post
  • Sevigny and Mackovic announced they were expecting in January 
  • The star had previously expressed her worry her partner would not be allowed in the delivery room due to COVID-19
  • NYC later confirmed hospitals must allow partners to be present in delivery rooms

Chloe Sevigny has given birth, DailyMail.com can confirm exclusively.

The Big Love actress, 45, cradled a newborn baby in her arms while seen out in New York City with her boyfriend Sinisa Mackovic on Monday.

Sevigny’s offspring could only be days old, as the star still appeared heavily pregnant while talking a walk last Tuesday.

New mom: Chloe Sevigny was seen out with her newborn baby in New York on Monday

It appeared that the family could have been heading back directly from the hospital, as art world insider Sinisa carried a piece of luggage at his side. 

Chloe was protective of her firstborn, holding them close while covering her own face and hands with a mask and gloves. 

The Kids actress outfit evoked the spirit of her days as a 90s It Girl, teaming an A-line gingham dress with Mary Jane flats and black socks.

Precious: Sevigny’s offspring could only be days old, as the star still appeared heavily pregnant while talking a walk last Tuesday (above)

By her side: Chloe was joined by boyfriend Sinisa Mackovic

Taking care: Chloe was protective of her baby, holding them close while covering her own face and hands with a mask and gloves

Well equipped: It appeared that the family could have been heading back directly from the hospital, as art world insider Sinisa carried a piece of luggage at his side

Just Tuesday Chloe said she was due ‘any second’ while sharing an Instagram shot of herself.

‘I’m as big as our collective love for NYC!’ she wrote in the caption of the photo, where she was clad in a ‘Keep New York Old’ tee.

Chloe recently expressed her distress when she learnt that she may not be able to have her partner in the delivery room at a hospital due to safety precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Short and sweet: The Kids actress outfit evoked the spirit of her days as a 90s It Girl, teaming an A-line gingham dress with Mary Jane flats and black socks


Worried: Chloe recently expressed her distress when she learnt that she may not be able to have her partner in the delivery room at a hospital due to safety precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, but luckily was able to have her beau at her side

Precautions: Her other half was also wearing gloves and a mask

‘I was told that Siniša, my boyfriend, might not be allowed to come to the delivery. I had a super-panic attack and was crying uncontrollably,’ she told The Cut. 

‘I have a doula, and she called me really panicked. She’s supposed to be the calm in the storm, so hearing her really irate made it even more scary.’ 

It has since been confirmed that New York City hospitals must allow partners to be present in delivery rooms.

This is both Chloe and boyfriend of one-year Sinisa’s first child. The couple confirmed they were expecting back in January.

Time! Just Tuesday Chloe said she was due ‘any second’ while sharing an Instagram shot of herself

The star had previously been linked to the likes of Jason Segel, actor/director Vincent Gallo, Pulp rocker Jarvis Cocker, and director Harmony Korine, who is credited with discovering the talent.

Sevigny talked about being pregnant in an April interview with The Cut, telling about what it’s like to be pregnant in the age of COVID. 

‘Being pregnant, everything feels slightly heightened, but we did what most people did — we went out and got a modest amount of groceries and have taken it week by week since,’ she told the publication.

 Strange times: Sevigny talked about being pregnant in an April interview with The Cut , telling about what it’s like to be pregnant in the age of COVID

Chloe, a veteran of New York’s 90s party scene, also laughed about adjusting to live sans-booze, saying: ‘I like to joke that the hardest part is being around my friends when they’re drunk.

‘Normally I like being a little tipsy or something but being out, that’s been the biggest adjustment. Everything else has been good so far.’

She added: ‘I know everyone says you’re going to miss being pregnant so I’m trying to really enjoy it… I’m enjoying all the attention I get from my boyfriend with all the massages and foot rubbing and all that.’

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