Broadway star Taylor Louderman, pregnant, expecting first baby with husband Brooks Toth: ‘My New Role’

Taylor Louderman is pregnant.  Brooks Thoth.

Taylor Louderman is pregnant. Brooks Thoth.

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Taylor Louderman is pregnant!

The Broadway star, 31, announced in an Instagram post on Saturday that she and husband Brooks Toth are expecting their first baby together this winter.

In her photo series, Toth can be seen holding up an ultrasound photo of their baby as the duo look excitedly at each other, before turning their faces to the camera in follow-up shots. Their adorable puppy can also be seen among them.

“I’m studying for my new role this winter,” Mr Bring It On: The Musical and Bad Girls the star wrote in her caption, adding the hashtags, “#PregnancyAnnouncement,” “#FirstTimeMom,” and “#ParentsToBe.”

Before starring as the first Regina George in Bad Girls on Broadway, Louderman made her Broadway debut Bring It On: The Musical alongside West Side Storyou are Ariana DeBose.

For her role in the Tina Fey musical, Louderman received a 2018 Tony nomination for Best Actress in a Musical.

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Louderman recently starred on NBC Kenan alongside Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd and Fortune Feimster. Comedian Feimster, 42, commented on Louderman’s pregnancy news, writing: “Awww! So excited for you guys. Congrats!”

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Luderman and Toth first met in 2018 at a mutual friend’s birthday party in Manhattan. In 2019, 17 months later, Toth proposed on Christmas Eve, Brides mentionted. “It was adorable and a huge surprise,” she recalls in the report. The couple then tied the knot in an intimate ceremony on June 14, 2020.

The two were married at a historic lighthouse in Jupiter, Florida, which they feel in love with shortly after getting engaged. When they first tried to book it, however, the wedding venue was completely unavailable, Brides detailed.

Disappointed by the news, the two began looking for venues in Louderman’s hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Then when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, there was a disguise for them. “When COVID hit, we didn’t want to wait and didn’t mind having a small wedding,” Luderman said in the report. “Well, we thought we’d see if the lighthouse had openings, and sure enough!”

After booking their dream venue, they took their destination wedding on a road trip. “We rented a motor home … and made memories to last a lifetime,” she said Brides.

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During their big day, Luderman and Toth had 25 guests at the ceremony. Although they did not hold a formal reception immediately afterwards for security reasons, they marked the occasion with a restaurant meal and a steel drum performance, Brides mentionted.

“I was really excited to have a more intimate ceremony,” Luderman admitted.

“The simplicity of our marriage I felt represented us well, and that’s the silver lining with COVID, I think,” she continued. “It gave us permission to shake things up and focus on the real reason we were there.”

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