Renowned actor Jon Hamm, known for his role in The Morning Show, is reportedly eager to start a family with his wife Anna Osceola. The couple recently got married after nearly three years of dating.
According to an insider, Hamm, who is currently in a happy and healthy state, believes that now is the perfect time to embrace parenthood. They are contemplating having children in the near future and view this new phase as the beginning of an exciting journey. Friends of the couple are delighted to witness Hamm’s contentment and well-being.
Star-studded wedding held at iconic location
Hamm and Osceola exchanged vows in a lavish outdoor ceremony at Anderson Canyon in Big Sur, California. The wedding venue holds a special meaning for the couple as it was also the location of the series finale of their shared project, Mad Men. Rumors suggest that it was during the shoot of this show that they first met. Surrounded by a constellation of stars from the entertainment industry, their wedding was a memorable and glamorous event.
Hamm’s transformed perspective on marriage
In a pre-wedding interview on iHeartRadio’s Table for Two podcast with host Bruce Bozz, Hamm candidly expressed how his perspective on marriage had changed thanks to his now-wife, Anna Osceola. He emphasized the stability, comfort, and deeper connection that marriage brings, going beyond the labels of “girlfriend” or “boyfriend.” Hamm considers marriage to be a significant milestone, marking the beginning of the next chapter in their lives. He approaches this new phase with optimism and excitement, viewing it as a realm of boundless potential and positivity. While acknowledging the potential fears that come with taking a leap of faith into marriage, Hamm believes that the future holds something wonderful.
A gateway to a fulfilling life together
As Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola embark on their journey of marriage, they envision it as a gateway to a fulfilling life together. They are excited about the possibility of building a family and look forward to the adventures and joys that lie ahead.