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Jennifer Love Hewitt expecting first child

By CNN Staff
updated 6:28 PM EDT, Tue June 4, 2013
Jennifer Love Hewitt is working on a new production with co-star Brian Hallisay, their first child.
Jennifer Love Hewitt is working on a new production with co-star Brian Hallisay, their first child.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt is expecting her first child with actor Brian Hallisay
  • Hewitt and Hallisay are co-stars on Lifetime's "The Client List"
  • "We are looking forward to starting our family together," the couple said in a statement

(CNN) -- Jennifer Love Hewitt is taking on motherhood for her next role.

The 34-year-old actress revealed Tuesday that she's expecting her first child with "Client List" co-star Brian Hallisay, 34. The impending arrival will be Hallisay's first child as well.

"This is a wonderful time, and we are looking forward to starting our family together," the couple said in a statement.

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According to Us Weekly, Hallisay and Hewitt have been dating for 15 months. The two also play a couple on Lifetime's "The Client List," albeit one with some serious marital issues.

Hewitt is also executive producer of the show, in which she plays a struggling single mom who hands out more than massages at a seemingly legitimate day spa. Hallisay portrays Hewitt's on-screen estranged husband.

Based on Lifetime's 2010 movie of the same name, the series started its second season on the network in March.

CNN's Carolyn Sung contributed to this report.

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