Gillian Anderson is pregnant – just after leaving her husband


Former X-Files star Gillian Anderson, 37, left her second husband, documentary filmmaker Julian Ozanne, 42, after just 16 months. They announced their split at the end of April.

Anderson is pregnant now with her second child and is dating a new guy, but she’s visibly pregnant, and looks like she’s about five months along. That means that either she got pregnant by her estranged husband and will be raising his baby with another guy (which is similar to what Heidi Klum did with Seal) or that she was pregnant by her boyfriend and that could be the reason she split up with her husband:

X-Files star star Gillian Anderson is pregnant just three months after splitting from her husband.

The actress, 37, has told friends she is expecting a baby following her separation from documentary-maker Julian Ozanne, her second husband…

Miss Anderson is now reported to be dating wheelclamping firm director Mark Griffiths. The 34-year-old businessman, who operates his lucrative private clamping company from an industrial estate in North London, was previously linked with former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell.

Last month Mr Griffiths, who used to live close to Miss Anderson’s marital home in Notting Hill, West London, moved into her new £3million home in nearby Holland Park.

The couple are also said to have enjoyed a holiday to California with Piper, Miss Anderson’s daughter by her first husband, Canadian television art director Clyde Klotz. The actress’s marriage to Mr Ozanne broke down shortly after The Mail on Sunday revealed she had a bizarre alcohol-fuelled outburst on a flight in January this year…

When The Mail on Sunday asked Mr Ozanne if his former wife was pregnant he declined to comment.

We speculated back in April that Anderson’s relationship with her second husband was probably on the rocks because she seemed to be drinking too much. She suffered from drunken air rage (although one can hardly blame her, with the stress of flying and all) and looked visibly drunk in these candids of her out with her then-husband.

Hopefully she’s laying off the sauce now that’s she’s pregnant and maybe she’ll find happiness with her latest beau. It’s not too promising that he runs a “wheel-clamping” business, though. Who doesn’t hate those guys?

Here are pictures of Anderson from March out with her husband. She is seen at the Belle Epoque Dinner on 3/16 and in some candids looking visibly soused. Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton are also shown. The first set of pictures you may have seen before, but the second set are new to me. [via]

Thanks to HotMommaDrama for reporting this first.

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  1. Angelika says:

    Very interesting story ;) I wonder which theory is true..

  2. Anonymous says:

    That’s not her ex-husband in the pictures that you posted. That is a friend of her’s … an artist in London named Marc Quinn.

    Her and her husband announced their split in April but from reports they had split months earlier.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Also, everyone is stating that they split from her plane incident. Did anyone ever think she was upset from something the ex-hubby did? She was on a plane from Sri Lanka by herself to London. Seems to me he’s the one that probably dropped a bomb on her while she was visiting him in Africa. The ex-husband, Julian, mainly works in Africa and has known to be a womanizer in the past.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I just hope this new guy treats her well!

  5. lebowskiness says:

    ANDERSON; stop.

  6. Angelika says:

    Just read that Gillian’s rep confirmed the news, she’s 4 1/2 months along and her new boyfriend is the father!

  7. brook says:

    July 2006
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    Of course, like most, I dislike bullies but is a bear a bully on his own turf?Hollywood Corp. Heads are the most powerful entities in the world and, as like, “police, they don’t carry the gun/power for no reason”. Artist verses Corporate have and always will be at odds. Artist, wake up! Corporate Hollywood is a worthy opponent. Should one intentionally or inadvertently request a fight with it, you will lose. This, however, is a moot point because artist are pacifists that produce art and their “produced” works are all the battle needed. Peace out, never give up.
    signed, biglebowskiness@yahoo.com
    commodity master painter connoisseur
    recommended film; tomorrow (with robert duvall)–music; cowboy junkies–tv: discovery channel–quote; “we are surrounded on every side, beaten and struck down to the ground but we are never out.”

  8. brook says:

    July 2006
    Dear Hollywood Celeb. Industry Web Dept:
    I hope your site for the celebrity name band of Gillian Anderson is profitable. It can be an educational tool for the general public too.
    I appreciate that your sentry-sifting tool is set up to pass my nice message. I’m confident that most are aware today–unlike the 30s and 40s–that Hollywood is a brutal-hardball multi-billion dollar business. Respectfully too, most are aware that the glitz and seeming glamour of it is just the lavish icing on top of this non-eatable cake and just a part of doing business.
    I was doing business research and inadvertently pulled up this site. In the bigger scheme of things/string-theory, I know I’m just a worm. As a worm, only 30% of what I think I think, I actually think. I just thought I would share it with cyber-space. I decided to take a break and send this brief note.
    As a fine art commodity oil painter I was working 15 hr, 6 day weeks in 2002 and glimpsed x-files. The female role was believable, interesting and had something that showed through the camera.
    They say that an artist/actor is only as free/protected/financially independent as:
    * their last bank balance.
    * their self control to; regard all flattery as a net for their feet; and avoid the temptations at the table of delicacies.
    * their insight to maintain a bohemian-artist life-style after initial and long term success.
    * their courage and faith (in a savings-bohemian-artist life-style) after initial success to say no to projects that pervert their art and move to a plan b for producing their works.
    * their agent and publicist whom had better have a PHD. in sociology, philosophy, business, and psychology of film-ography (also see alfred hitchcock documentary)
    * their standing within the hollywood rampant nepotism–old money/power.
    * their ability to take orders and not challenge the powerful corp. dept. heads.
    * their luck in not getting destroyed in a crossfire, power struggle between two or more corp. dept. heads.
    * their insight to liquidate an unrealistic wonder land life-style and prepare for a long financial drought in a plan b ASAP when necessary.
    * their faith and courage to stop, rest, ponder for regrouping and refuse any crap scripts, or projects, that compromises their reputation (“worth more than treasures”) or integrity when in a compromising position.
    God help the artist/actor that makes the mistake of Rembrandt Von Ryan (see art history, 1600s Amsterdam) and finds themselves unable to feed the meter with the first/hungriest vulture that swoops in, and doesn’t have another/friend/artist to help left them up!!! I’m totally cereal!
    Of course, like most, I dislike bullies but is a bear a bully on his own turf?Hollywood Corp. Heads are the most powerful entities in the world and, as like, “police, they don’t carry the gun/power for no reason”. Artist verses Corporate have and always will be at odds. Artist, wake up! Corporate Hollywood is a worthy opponent. Should one intentionally or inadvertently request a fight with it, you will lose. This, however, is a moot point because artist are pacifists that produce art and their “produced” works are all the battle needed. Peace out, never give up.
    signed, biglebowskiness@yahoo.com
    commodity master painter connoisseur
    recommended film; tomorrow (with robert duvall)–music; cowboy junkies–tv: discovery channel–quote; “we are surrounded on every side, beaten and struck down to the ground but we are never out.”