Amanda Seyfried Shares Candid (and Relatable!) Scene from Her Own Oscars 'After Party'
Amanda Seyfried shares a 7-month-old son and a 4-year-old daughter named Nina with husband Thomas Sadoski
Amanda Seyfried isn't forgetting about her little ones even on Hollywood's biggest night!
Following the Academy Awards on Sunday night, during which Seyfried was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Mank, the star, 35, posted to her Instagram Story about her extremely relatable "after party" plans.
Seyfried's photo featured a full glass of water next to a toiletry case holding a breast pump, signaling that the actress was preparing to pump for her 7-month-old son, whom she shares with husband Thomas Sadoski. (The couple also share 4-year-old daughter Nina.)
"After party," the Mean Girls star captioned the shot.
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While Seyfried was off at the Oscars, Sadoski shared on his Instagram Story that their family was rooting for the actress at home.
Sadoski, 44, whom Seyfried met on the set of The Last Word, snapped a rare photo of the couple's son, whose name they have yet to publicly reveal, as he watched Seyfried on TV.
"Mama!!!!!!!" Sadoski captioned the picture, taken from the back of his baby boy's head.
Sadoski also posted a shot of his daughter Nina sitting on her grandmother's lap while watching Seyfried at the show.
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"Best seat in the house. So f----g proud," Sadoski wrote.
The actress was speaking virtually to Willie Geist, 45, during the interview when her son was brought over to Seyfried, much to her delight.
Just prior to her son's surprise appearance, Seyfried spoke to Geist about the ups and downs of doing press from the family's renovated farm in the Catskills of Upstate New York, where her mom is the couple's nanny, and they keep collecting farm animals.
"There's some benefits and there's some serious drawbacks," said Seyfried. "They squeeze in so much more work. The benefits outweigh everything. I've got my kids in the house."