Kate Mara and Jamie Bell are expecting their second child. On July 10, Mara announced the news on social media, posting a photo of herself and Bell holding hands with the caption:
“In this photo there are three of us.”
Mara was dressed in a short pink dress with silver accents, while Bell was dressed in a black suit.
Everything you need to know about Kate Mara
Kate Mara, 39, was born on January 27, 1983. In 1997, she made her NBC debut in the courtroom drama Law & Order, followed by Madigan Men, Ed and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She went on to appear in two more shows, Everwood and Nip/Tuck.
Mara has appeared in a number of films, including Cold Case, Boston Public, CSI: Miami, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. In 2005, she had a recurring role on WB’s Jack & Bobby and had major roles on Entourage and American Horror Story. In 2012, she played Zoe Barnes in House of Cards. Kate made her film debut as Jessica Chandler in Random Hearts in 1999. Kate went on to star in such films as Joe the King, Tadpole, Urban Legends: Bloody Mary and others. Everyone loved her performance at Brokeback Mountain in 2005.
On Zoom Mara played Summer Jones and on We Are Marshall she played Annie Cantrell. She starred in the 2007 comedy Full of It and in the thriller Shooter. Kate played Abby in the 2008 psychological thriller Transsiberian and Kay Matheson in the 2008 historical adventure and comedy Stone of Destiny.
She went on to star in films such as The Open Road, Peep World, Iron Man 2, 127 Hours, Ironclad and more. In 2015, she was cast as Sue Storm in the Fantastic Four remake and since then she has appeared in The Martian, Megan Leavey and My Days of Mercy.
The relationship between Kate Mara and Jamie Bell
In 2015, Kate Mara started dating Jamie Bell. The two worked together on the Fantastic Four remake, in which Bell played Ben Grimm. They announced their engagement in January 2017 and their marriage in July 2017. Mara is Bell’s stepmother from his previous marriage to Evan Rachel Wood. The couple had their daughter in May 2019, whose name has not been released. At the time, Mara shared a photo of her child’s feet.
Mara mentioned on Dr. Berlin’s Informed Pregnancy podcast before her daughter’s birth that she had a miscarriage due to a compromised egg, which happens when a fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall, but the embryo doesn’t develop.