At 36 years old, Marcus Mumford has this physical status:
Fans of Taylor Jenkins Reid's "Daisy Jones & the Six" — the best-selling, blockbuster novel that was released in 2019 — are very excited for the new miniseries based on the story, coming to Amazon Prime Video this March. But perhaps even more exciting is the fact that the series creators also made a real album, "Aurora," for the band. For fans of the novel, it's been a long time coming.
Let's explain. In "Daisy Jones & the Six," the fictional, titular band creates their own '70s masterpiece album, "Aurora." Then they split up and never record together again. The book is a fake oral history of how the band came together and how it fell apart so spectacularly at the height of the group's powers. But if there's one thing that's a little annoying about the book, it's that the songs they spend so much time talking about aren't real! Reid includes a list of the songs and their lyrics at the back of the book, and she put together a playlist of songs that inspired the novel (and not surprisingly, it includes a lot of Fleetwood Mac), but there's no way to actually listen to the music. Until now.
Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford will soon be a family of five. On 13 Jan., the "She Said" star debuted her baby bump at the AFI Awards, and People confirmed she's expecting shortly after. (POPSUGAR reached out to Mulligan and Mumford's reps about their pregnancy news, but did not recieve an immediate response.) Mulligan and Mumford already share two children: daughter Evelyn Grace, 7, and son Wilfred, 5.
The Mumford and Sons lead singer and Mulligan met in 2011, and were married in August of that year. They went on to welcome Evelyn Grace in 2015 and Wilfred in 2017. Since then, they've kept their children out of the public eye, but for her part, Mulligan has been candid about how motherhood has changed her life.