She’s a high profile star and model who tends to keep her personal life private.
But Chloë Sevigny made an exception on Thursday when she shared a cute family photo from shortly after their son Vanja was born to her Instagram Stories.
The 46-year-old actress gave her husband Siniša Mačković a peck on the cheek in the sweet snap while he held their son, who’s now one.
Sweet: Chloë Sevigny, 46, posted a rare throwback photo of her kissing her husband Siniša Mačković while he held their one-year-old son Vanja
Chloë showed off a casual chic look in the photo with a white apron dress over a black tank top while sporting an eye-catching blond bob.
Siniša was dressed more casually in a black T-shirt with a matching baseball cap, while baby Vanja had on a blue-and-white tie-dye shirt and gray patterned pants.
Siniša grinned with his eyes close as he nuzzled his face against his child while Chloë kissed his other cheek.
She tagged the art gallery director in the post and added an emoji of a cute white bear bouncing on a pink heart.
Although Vanja was still bald in the family photo, more recently the tot has been seen sporting a thick head of blond hair while out and about in New York City with his parents.
Going strong: Back in March, the American Psycho actress posted a photo of herself with her husband to celebrate their one-year anniversary
Growing family: The couple announced her pregnancy in January 2020. After their March wedding, she gave birth to Vanja in May of that year
Back in March, the American Psycho actress posted a photo of herself with her husband to celebrate their one-year anniversary.
‘Married on a Monday. March 9th 2020. Happy one year anniversary my love,’ she captioned it.
Chloë first began dating the gallerist in 2018, and they announced her pregnancy in January of 2020.
After marrying during her pregnancy, she gave birth in May of that year.
Her marriage to Siniša is her first, though she previously had high-profile relationships with filmmakers Harmony Korine and Vincent Gallo, actor Jason Segal and Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker.
Making it work: Chloë admitted she was ‘thrilled and so excited’ to learn she was having a baby, though she was worried about raising a boy because she’s ‘so girly’; seen in March in NYC
Although she often keeps news of her family under wraps, Chloë made the rare choice to speak with The Cut in April 2020 about her husband and learning of her child’s sex.
‘When I found out I was having a boy, I had to wrap my head around that, as I am so girly. I don’t even have that many boy friends; all of my friends are girls. I just relate better to girls. I’m like, what the hell am I going to do with a boy?’ she said.
She added that she was ‘thrilled and so excited about the whole thing,’ even though she was initially hesitant about welcoming her first child.
Sevigny admitted that her pregnancy with her Croatian-born husband was not planned while speaking with LA Magazine last year, calling it ‘a real shocker.;
‘This was an accident. I didn’t think I’d ever have kids. I just acquiesced that it was not going to happen for me.’
Rising star: Chloë established herself as a formidable actor in the 1995 drama Kids, which also marked the debut of her costar Rosario Dawson
Chloë established herself as a formidable actor in the 1995 drama Kids, which also marked the debut of her costar Rosario Dawson.
The film divided critics and audiences due to its blunt portrayals of sex and drug use among a group of New York City teens, though it earned many times its paltry $1.5 million budget.
Although her lead role as a young girl who learns she is HIV positive earned her plaudits and led to larger roles, many of her costars weren’t as lucky.
The new documentary The Kids premiered in June at the Tribeca Film Festival and focuses on many of the other non-professional stars of the film whose careers failed to take off, or were actively harmed by the movie.
One of the actors, Hamilton Harris, accused the film of playing up its sensational elements in an interview with Variety, while others complained that they were poorly compensated compared to director Larry Clark and producers Harvey and Bob Weinstein.