Cue the baby bump alert—comedic actor and writer Jason Sudeikis revealed during a recent interview that starting a family with his fiancé, actress Olivia Wilde, is in his future.
Sudeikis, 37, graced the cover of Manhattan magazine’s July issue, revealing for the first time that having children with his 29-year-old leading lady is definitely in the cards. “I’ve certainly found a partner I’d be just as willing to make a child with as make a movie with,” said Sudeikis. “So for me, that’s a win-win.”
While the actors’ personal life was revealed as being a top priority, the former “Saturday Night Live” star said returning to the show that first brought him into the spotlight is a strong possibility. “You never really leave that place and it never leaves you,” said Sudeikis, who is best known for his 10-year run on the __ show for impersonating former presidential candidate Mitt Romney and the skit “Two A-Holes” besides actress Kristen Wigg. “It’s an emotional journey getting through a season, much less the final one,” he said.
While the actor shared his affinity for dining at Manhattan restaurants such as Fatty Crab and Fatty ‘Cue near the couples shared West Village home, he also shared news of his 20 lb. weight loss, a goal he said wouldn’t have come to fruition without his acting beau’s support. “Being happy, and in love, for me, was the secret. I feel like I returned home to myself as an individual through the process of falling in love with the sweetest woman I’ve ever known,” said Sudeikis.
According to a report from the NY Post, Wilde and Sudeikis are planning to tie the knot in an upstate New York wedding in the spring of 2014. Wilde allegedly spilled details of the upcoming nuptials during a Marie Claire event in April, telling guests that Monique Lhuillier was her designer of choice for bridesmaids dresses.
While Sudekis didn’t confirm the rumors regarding his wedding, he did reveal to Manhattan magazine that 2014 is the year the famous duo will officially say “I do.” The pair is reportedly almost finished planning the big event at an unidentified location that is convenient for guests. “We want it to be not a plane-train-automobile situation—and not on Thanksgiving or Memorial Day weekend,” he said, even jokingly revealing one fellow famous guest invited to the event. “I don’t know if Obama even reads his e-vites—they probably go through nine filters. Any e-vite is probably going to go to spam,” he said.