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Jenna Fischer to Give Birth to Baby Boy in Fall

July 20, 2011 (7:34 am) GMT
The Pam Halpert of 'The Office' lets it slip that her first child with husband Lee Kirk will be her parents' first grandson during a recent appearance on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno'.
Jenna Fischer

will welcome a baby boy in the fall. The actress famous for her portrayal of Pam Halpert on NBC's "" shared details of her first pregnancy while promoting new movie "" on "" last Tuesday, July 19.

"This is the second grandchild," the "" actress corrected host when he asked her if her parents were thrilled to have their first grandchild during the TV interview. She went on to reveal that her baby will be her parents' first grandson.

"This is the exclusive, Jay," the 37-year-old continued on. "When I went to my movie premiere the other day a reporter asked me if I knew what I was having, and I said I do, but I'm not sharing that yet because I'm [going to] have Jay be the first to know."

Jenna also spilled, during the chat, when she is likely to give birth to her first child with screenwriter husband Lee Kirk, whom she married in July 2010. "September we're in what they call the home stretch," so she shared.

The "" actress announced she is pregnant with her first child through her representative back in May. Just days prior to the announcement, she was spotted showing off her baby bump while going out to Red O Restaurant in Los Angeles.



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