02:21 PM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 07/07/2011 11:00AM
Keri Russell is expanding her family.
The actress, 35, and husband Shane Deary are expecting their second child, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
The new addition will join the couple's son River, 4.
Russell, who most recently starred in Running Wilde, says she enjoys the balance between work and home that acting offers.
"I get to work really hard for three months but then I get to be home for four months where I get to put him to bed every night," she has said.
Originally posted 12/04/2008 10:30AM
As Christmas approaches, Keri Russell only has one man on her mind – and it ain't Santa Claus!
No, this holiday season, the former Felicity star is all about entertaining her 17-month-old son, River.
"This is our first real Christmas," Russell tells PEOPLE. "We had one last year but [my son] River was such a baby, so this is the first year that he's older and can run around.
Originally posted 11/16/2007 01:00PM
Keri Russell got some much-deserved sympathy from the ladies of The View on Friday, when she revealed that she was in labor for 38 hours when she gave birth to her son, River Russell Deary, in June.
"It was intense... It was a long time. But it all worked out okay," she said.
Also impressing the panel on Friday? Russell's slim figure five months after delivering.
Originally posted 06/18/2007 08:10PM
Waitress star Keri Russell and husband Shane Deary welcomed their first child, a son, her rep confirms.
Originally posted 01/23/2007 03:35PM
PEOPLE movie critic Leah Rozen reports from Park City:Though there are plenty of movies that stir emotional responses at the Sundance Film Festival, for pure poignancy it would be hard to match Sunday afternoon's premiere of Waitress, a movie written, directed by and costarring Adrienne Shelly, who was murdered last fall in New York City.
Originally posted 05/08/2006 06:00AM
She looked stunning in Balenciaga at the New York premiere of Mission: Impossible 3, but Keri Russell told us getting to be banged up and bruised for her role in the movie was much more of a blast. "There's such a freedom in that. It's much scarier to look beautiful. It's so much harder," she said at the film's New York premiere. "I'm having so much fun on this because there's a few other girls who are really sexy, and I just feel like the fun girl. It's more comfortable to be that girl."
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