LaKeith Stanfield reveals he married Kasmere Trice, quietly welcomed baby

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Congratulations — times two! — are in order for LaKeith Stanfield.

Not only did the “Atlanta” alum quietly marry Kasmere Trice, but the couple have welcomed their first baby together.

The actor shared his milestone moments with People on Tuesday, but did not reveal when exactly Trice walked down the aisle and gave birth.

Stanfield, 31, also did not disclose his little one’s name or sex.

“We decided early on we wanted to protect our baby as much as we can for as long as possible,” his partner explained.

The Oscar nominee agreed, saying, “There needs to be things that exist that are sacred and not for consumption for everybody. We want to be the ones to tell our story. We’re bringing our family forward so we may inspire others.”

The couple did, however, publicize their engagement news after Stanfield proposed in December 2022.

“i’m having the best birthday,” Trice wrote via Instagram at the time. “my baby made me mrs. Stanfield for my birthday!”

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At the time, Taylor Hurd outed Stanfield as the father of her daughter, Apollo.

The “Sorry to Bother You” star, who said he “never” denied that the little one was his, wrote via Instagram in January that the drama only led to the “reinforcement of [his and Trice’s] bond in the midst of any kind of climate.”

Stanfield also shares a 6-year-old daughter with “Mindy Project” alum Xosha Roquemore.

As he and Trice now tackle parenthood together, the model is grateful for Stanfield’s previous fatherhood experience.

“I’m really honored that I got to see the father in [him] before I was even having our baby,” she gushed to People.

Stanfield, for his part, hinted at his co-parenting dynamic as he raises his “fun” and “smart” girls with his exes.

“Sometimes when things can get difficult, you have to remember that what’s most important is the child and that we’re pushing ourselves to grow so we can reflect back to them the good things,” he said.

The Moors member added that he wants to “spend the rest of [his] life” with Trice and the “beautiful family” they have “manifested.”

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