Schitt's Creek star Sarah Levy announces she's pregnant with her first child

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Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
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Schitt's Creek star Sarah Levy is pregnant with her first child.

The actress shared that she's expecting a baby with her husband Graham Outerbridge.

Sarah announced the news by posting a picture on her Instagram page of her cradling her baby bump.

"We’ll take all the salt & vinegar chips and the hottest hot sauce you have, thx!," she captioned the snap.

She was instantly inundated with messages of congratulations, including Jennifer Robertson, who played Jocelyn Schitt in the popular Netflix series.

"Sarah!!!!! I’m SO excited for you and Graham," she wrote. "I’ll send you All Dressed chips from Canada!!!"

Annie Murphy, who played Alexis Rose, added: "REMEMBER HOW YOU'RE PREGNANT?!"

Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images

Sarah and producer Graham have been linked since 2018, and married last year.

Her brother Dan Levy celebrated them tying the knot at the time by sharing on Instagram a sweet picture of the couple dancing, alongside a congratulations message.

"My sister got married this weekend," he wrote.

"This is absolutely not a photo of us screaming the lyrics to S Club Party on the dance floor. Love you, @sarahplevy."

Sarah is best known for playing optimistic waitress Twyla Sands in Schitt's Creek, a show written by and starring her brother Dan and father Eugene Levy.

She previously revealed that her character was originally very different.

"The original character of Twyla in the pilot presentation was sort of a sad and depressing character," she told BuzzFeed. "I actually had nothing to do with the evolution of what that character turned into.

"When I first read the pilot of Schitt's Creek, as we know it now, Twyla became a different type of character, and I was really grateful for that.

Photo credit: CBC / POP TV
Photo credit: CBC / POP TV

"Although it was really fun playing the old version of Twyla as well – just this unhinged and on-the-verge-of-tears-at-all-times character – I think they luckily saw her going in a bit of a different direction.

"You know, I've never actually asked [the writers] why the change happened. I am going to do that."

Schitt's Creek is available to watch on Netflix.

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