Claire Danes, Hugh Dancy expecting second child

Brenda Watkins
April 19, 2018

Claire Danes confirmed that she's expecting her second child with husband Hugh Dancy during her interview on The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday.

The actress announced her pregnancy to Howard Stern during his radio show today.

Now, it's safe to say Danes has warmed up to motherhood as she and Dancy prepare to welcome their second child together. "I am pregnant, I am seriously preggo".

There are still a couple more episodes to go for Homeland season 7 and we look forward to covering those in the days ahead.

"So I was pregnant when I did that sex scene", Danes told Stern following her announcement.

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"I got very, very lucky". Though she didn't graduate, Claire said she learned plenty during her time at the Ivy League school. "Mostly I just, like, smoked pot and played Mario Tennis with my friends", she admitted. "I think it gets boring pretty fast".

Homeland is now enjoying a season seven run both on Showtime Stateside and on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom, but it looks like the end of the road is about to come for the popular Central Intelligence Agency drama. "She's a lot, this Carrie-freakin' Mathison character", the actress revealed.

Beginning back in 2011, Homeland stars Danes as Central Intelligence Agency case officer Carrie Mathison, with Mandy Patinkin co-starring as Carrie's father-figure mentor Saul Berenson. Danes has often spoken about having more children with Hugh, whom she married back in 2009, but also said in an interview some time ago that she was glad she waited to have children. "I'll be ready for a reprieve from that".

Claire Danes and her husband, Hugh Dancy, are about to even the familial playing field.

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