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‘Crash Landing on You’ real-life super couple Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin announce pregnancy

  • Korean drama “Crash Landing on You” stars and real-life celebrity couple Hyun Bin, 39, and Son Ye-jin, 40, are expecting their first child after tying the knot back in March.

  • In an Instagram post on Monday that garnered over 1.5 million likes in less than a day, Son wrote that “new life has arrived” and that she was “going through the daily feeling of the changes” in her body.

  • She made the announcement alongside a photo of what appears to be lavender plants.

  • After secretly dating for two years, Son and Hyun announced their engagement on February 10 before getting married on March 31.

  • Currently three months pregnant, Son is most likely due to have the baby some time in December.

Korean drama “Crash Landing on You” stars and real-life, celebrity couple Hyun Bin, 39, and Son Ye-jin, 40, are expecting their first child after tying the knot back in March. 

In an Instagram post on Monday that garnered over 1.5 million likes in less than a day, Son wrote that “new life has arrived” and that she was “going through the daily feeling of the changes” in her body.

 

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She made the announcement alongside a photo of what appears to be lavender plants. 

“We will protect the precious life that has found us,” she continued before ending with well wishes to her fans. 

“I hope everyone stays healthy and takes good care of the things that warrant protecting.”

After secretly dating for two years, Son and Hyun announced their engagement on February 10 before getting married on March 31.

The two first worked together in the 2018 action thriller “Negotiation” before rejoining forces for the K-drama romance hit the following year. 

Currently three months pregnant, Son is most likely due to have the baby some time in December.

 

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