Taylor Louderman Pregnat
Taylor Louderman Pregnat

Taylor Louderman Is Expecting Her First Child With Husband Brooks Toth

The Instagram post made on Saturday by the Broadway star, who is 31 years old, revealed that she and her husband, Brooks Toth, are expecting their first child together this winter.

Toth may be seen in her photo series holding up a sonogram snapshot of their kid while she and her partner look ecstatically at one another. In subsequent shots, both of their faces are turned toward the camera. Additionally, the two of them are joined in the middle by their lovable puppy.

The actress who is known for her roles in Bring It On: The Musical and Mean Girls, stated in the caption of her photo, “Been studying for my new role this winter.” She also used the hashtags “#PregnancyAnnouncement,” “#FirstTimeMom,” and “#ParentsToBe.”

After making her debut on Broadway in the musical Bring It On: The Musical, in which she co-starred with Ariana DeBose of West Side Story, Louderman was cast as the first-ever Regina George in the Broadway production of Mean Girls. Louderman was nominated for a Tony Award in 2018 in the category of best actress in a musical for her performance in the musical production starring Tina Fey.

Taylor Louderman

The first time Louderman and Toth crossed paths was in 2018 in Manhattan, during the birthday party of a mutual acquaintance. According to Brides, Toth popped the question on Christmas Eve in 2019, 17 months after their first date. She remarked to the site, “It was adorable and a tremendous surprise.” [citation needed] The couple tied the knot in a small, private ceremony on June 14, 2020.

The couple wed at a historic lighthouse in Jupiter, Florida, that they fell in love with shortly after they became engaged. The lighthouse was the setting for their wedding. However, the wedding venue was entirely unavailable when they initially attempted to reserve it, as stated in the bride’s account.


After hearing the disappointing news, the two individuals started looking for venues in Saint Louis, Missouri, Louderman’s hometown. Then, when the COVID-19 epidemic struck, it turned out to be a godsend for them even though it initially seemed like a curse.

According to what Louderman shared with the publication, “When COVID hit, we didn’t want to wait and we didn’t mind doing a little wedding.” “Therefore, we decided to check the lighthouse to see if it had any vacant rooms, and sure enough!”

After reserving their ideal location, they decided to turn their wedding into a cross-country vacation instead. She shared with Brides that the couple had “rented a motor home… and built memories that will last a lifetime.”

At the ceremony that Louderman and Toth had to celebrate their big day, twenty-five people were in attendance. According to Brides, they celebrated the event with lunch at a restaurant and a performance by steel drum musicians, even though they did not hold a traditional reception immediately after the ceremony for safety reasons.

“I was really excited to do a more small ceremony,” Louderman revealed. “I was really excited to do a more intimate wedding.”

“The simplicity of our wedding felt like it represented us well, and I think that is the silver lining with COVID,” she continued. “The simple fact that it was our wedding was the saving grace.” “It gave us permission to shake things up and focus on the real reason we were there,” said one of the participants. “It was quite helpful.”

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