Bonnie Wright and her husband Andrew Lococo are expecting their first child. In March of 2022, the British actor who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films wed Lococo. On Friday (April 28), she posted photos of her growing belly with Lococo on Instagram and said, “we’re having a baby!”
Wright, who is also a staunch advocate for protecting the environment, wrote in the post’s description, “So pleased to share this beautiful place with them. The process of giving birth is both a miraculous and humbling one. She continued, saying, “it feels like they’re coming to say hello in the little rainbow orb across my belly” and that the baby is expected later this year.
Bonnie Wright is Pregnant
Actress Bonnie Wright is expecting her first child with husband Andrew Lococo. Wright is best known for playing Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films. The actress took to Instagram to announce her pregnancy, posting a photo of her growing baby bulge and a heartfelt caption. The now-viral Instagram photo features the couple, both dressed in brown sleeveless dresses, posing in front of a beautiful mountain backdrop. The caption stated, “We’re having a baby!” I can’t wait to show them around this stunning region. What an incredible and humbling experience pregnancy is, undergoing radical change to create room for new life.
The 32-year-old spoke of her anticipation for the new role of parenthood, saying, “Andrew and I can’t wait to meet our baby later this year.” In the tiny rainbow globe across my belly, I can almost feel them waving hello. Several famous people, including Scarlett Byrne Hefner (Harry Potter’s Pansy Parkinson) and James Phelps (Ginny Weasley’s brother Fred Weasley) congratulated Bonnie. The announcement was met with joyous celebration from fans as well.
In a small, private ceremony in March of 2016, Bonnie and Andrew exchanged vows. Shared the news on Instagram at the time: “Yesterday was the best day of my life, (blue heart emoji) thanks to my husband!!”
The actress’ most recent film appearance was as Nell in 2018’s A Christmas Carol. More recently, she appeared in Harry Potter and the 20th Anniversary of the Wizarding World — Part 1 & 2.
Who is Bonnie Wright?
British actress, model, and filmmaker Bonnie Francesca Wright is best known for her role as Hermione Granger in the ‘Harry Potter’ film series. In the Harry Potter movies, Francesca was cast as Ginny Weasley. Her brother had told her that she looked like the role she was auditioning for, so she gave it a shot. And thus, with a little part in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone,” Bonnie got her start in the acting world. The movies featuring her character, “Ginny Weasely,” who attends Hogwarts and eventually becomes “Harry Potter”‘s love interest, propelled her to fame. Her performance has been praised by reviewers and fans alike, and J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, has named Bonnie as one of “The Big Seven” series regulars. She also played the lead role of Phoebe in the drama film Before I Sleep and the lead role of Little Girl Bandit in the short film adventure How (Not) to Rob a Train.
Career of Bonnie Wright
Bonnie received widespread praise for her portrayal of Ginny in the Harry Potter film series, beginning with her first film role in 2001’s “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” and continuing through her lead roles in subsequent films like “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets,” “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2002-2011)
The series follows Bonnie from her first meeting with Harry as a kid, through her time at Hogwarts, into the struggle against Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters, and finally into her role as Harry’s wife and mother to their three children. Critics and audiences alike praised Bonnie’s performance as Ginny. “Bonnie Wright makes her impact feel nicely and beautifully as Ginny Weasley throughout the series,” wrote critic Taran Adarsh. Wright provided her voice for the Harry Potter video games “Order of the Phoenix” and “the Deathly Hallows -Part 1,” and she also appeared in the Disney film “The Replacements” (2007) as a recurring guest star, playing the role of Vanessa.