Melissa Benoist pregnant with first child With Chris Wood

Melissa Benoist pregnant with first child With Chris Wood
Melissa Benoist pregnant with first child With Chris Wood

Congratulations are in order for actor Melissa Benoist. Not only did the star of the CW hit series Supergirl just celebrate 100 episodes of the show, but she is pregnant with her first child with husband Chris Wood. Here’s how the two celebrities first met, their pregnancy announcement, and a look at Benoist‘s relationship history.

Benoist has played Kara Danvers, aka the eponymous heroine, on Supergirl for five seasons. Though the series began on CBS, it soon moved to the CW, where it lives with the rest of the DC Comics-inspired shows, known as the Arrowverse.

In addition to starring in her own series, part of being in the Arrowverse means doing crossovers on the other shows. The most recent of these was the five-part event “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” an ambitious undertaking that brought in actors from other affiliated TV projects.

So how did Benoist and Wood first meet? Like many actor couples, they met on set. He joined the cast of Supergirl as Mon-El in Season 2. Their characters have a romantic connection on screen. Wood was a part of the main cast through Season 3, and returned for the 100th episode.

Though Mon-El and Kara couldn’t make it work, the same can’t be said for their real life counterparts. Benoist and Wood began dating in 2017, and announced their engagement in early 2019. They official tied the knot in September 2019.

It appears that life has been pretty great for this couple. On March 4, 2020, they both took to social media to share the news that they are expecting. “A non-canine child is coming to our family very soon,” wrote Benoist on Instagram, sharing a photo of her and her husband, along with their two dogs, dressed in all blue.

In Wood’s post, he swapped the order of the photos, making the first one in which he appears to be pregnant, with his wife holding his “belly.” “The photo is a joke but the news is real,” he wrote, followed by emojis. Both turned off comments on their posts.

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