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Originally posted 07/19/2011 08:45PM
Appearing on The Tonight Show on Tuesday, Jenna Fischer was asked by host Jay Leno if her parents were thrilled over their first grandchild.
"This is the second grandchild," The Office star corrected, "but first grandson."
When Leno jumped on the word grandson, Fischer confirmed that she and husband Lee Kirk are expecting a boy.
"This is the exclusive, Jay," says Fischer, 37, who appears in the upcoming film A Little Help. "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.”
Originally posted 05/13/2011 07:35PM
After becoming an aunt recently, Jenna Fischer acknowledged, "I already wanted kids, but even more so now."
Her wish is coming true.
The Office star, 37, and her husband Lee Kirk are expecting their first child, a rep for Fischer confirms to PEOPLE.
Originally posted 02/02/2011 09:00AM
Jenna Fischer has babies on the brain.
That's not too surprising, considering her character, Pam, on The Office and her sister Emily both had kids recently – which got Fischer thinking more about becoming a mom herself.
"I already wanted kids, but even more so now," the actress, 36, tells Redbook in its March issue, on newsstands Feb. 15.
Originally posted 07/20/2010 07:50AM
As the host of Survivor for the past 20 seasons, Jeff Probst has presided over many an alliance. But none was as star-studded as the July 3 wedding of The Office star Jenna Fischer to writer Lee Kirk.
Probst, a longtime pal of Fischer's and an ordained minister in the Universal Life Church since the 1990s, officiated at the intimate Malibu wedding, sources confirm to PEOPLE. Though on location in Nicaragua for Survivor's 21st season, Probst , 47,managed to return to Southern California for 24 hours to conduct the ceremony.
Fischer and Kirk are not the first to be married by Probst, who over the years has helped several friends tie the knot. He also conducted his parents' 35th anniversary vow renewal.
Originally posted 07/05/2010 11:45AM
This is one Office romance that's going the distance.
Jenna Fischer and writer Lee Kirk tied the knot over the weekend. "They were married on July 3 in front of family and friends in Malibu," her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
And according to Rainn Wilson, Fischer's costar on The Office, the nuptials went off without a hitch. "Went to the most beautiful wedding I've ever experienced," Wilson Tweeted over the weekend. "Total Love, Jenna Fischer & Lee Kirk!"
Originally posted 01/24/2010 01:20PM
Romance seemed to be in the air Saturday at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles as stars and their spouses showed their sweet affection for each other.
Kevin Bacon was a bundle of nerves before his name was announced as best male actor in a TV movie or miniseries for his role in HBO's Taking Chance, but wife Kyra Sedgwick kept him looking his best. How? "I had to blot his face a little," she admitted to PEOPLE at the afterparty.
Mad Men star Christina Hendricks's new husband, Geoffrey Arend, was clearly his wife's biggest fan. "I feel like the luckiest man ever. She's such a cutie pie," he raved. "When Michael C. Hall said 'I want to thank my wife for wearing that dress,' I feel that way every single awards show." Hendricks agreed, telling PEOPLE, "He's been feeling me all night."
Originally posted 12/07/2009 03:45PM
Jenna Fischer is letting out a few more details about her upcoming wedding to fiancé Lee Kirk.
"We have a venue, food and music so far," she told PEOPLE Saturday at the 2nd Annual Fur Ball at the Skirball Fundraiser benefiting Kitten Rescue. "We're getting married next summer in Los Angeles. We're keeping it small."
The actress, who got engaged to Kirk on June 30 while they were vacationing in Europe, has checked a few items off her to-do list and says she's enjoyed every minute of it.
"We just got our save the date cards in, and they're adorable – after many hours and many proofs later," Fischer says. "We're going to hold them until after the holidays before sending them out so they don't get lost in the holiday mail. They were fun to pick out and [it] was a very fun girlie experience to touch the paper."
Originally posted 11/05/2009 08:00AM
The Office's Jenna Fischer is usually a pretty sensible person, but all that goes out the door when it comes to her upcoming wedding to screenwriter Lee Kirk.
"I thought I was going to be one of those easy-going brides," Fischer, 35, tells Bonnie Hunt in an interview to air Thursday. "I never really thought about it. Whatever … a piece of paper, words – send it out."
But that attitude disappeared at the store where she bought the invitations.
Originally posted 10/19/2009 10:45AM
She may play a somewhat dowdy receptionist-cum-salesperson on The Office, but Jenna Fischer is well aware that being the resident hottie of a hit show means keeping herself in tiptop shape.
So after she broke her back in four places by falling down stairs in a Manhattan restaurant in 2007, she had a lot of work to do to lose the weight she gained during her convalescence.
"Before the accident, I wore size 26 jeans!" she says in the November issue of Shape, out Oct. 19. "I was truly in the best shape of my life. Afterward, I gained 10 lbs. and got flabby."
"And to add insult to injury, I ended up throwing my own drink in my face. My hair was caked with a putrid pineapple smell. It was awful," she says about her accident.
But her recipe for getting her lean body back was simple: hiking with friends and cutting down on fatty favorites.
Originally posted 08/09/2009 01:00PM
Jenna Fischer may not wear a special piece of jewelry on her ring finger all the time – but that doesn't mean she's not happily engaged.
"I always see these tabloid reports about certain people being 'Spotted Without Their Wedding Ring!' like it's some big deal," Fischer, 35, writes on her MySpace page, where she answers questions from fans.
The Office star, who plans to tie the knot with writer Lee Kirk, says she doesn't wear any jewelry to work – including her engagement ring – because she "would have to take it off and leave it in my trailer, which I would never do."
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