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Lindsay Lohan Is Pregnant & The Internet Is Obsessed

Oh, baby! It’s official: Lindsay Lohan is pregnant, and I’m probably just excited as Cady Heron herself. On March 14, Lohan told TMZ that she and her husband, Bader Shammas, are expecting their first child: “We are very excited for our new family member to arrive and we are looking forward to this next chapter of our lives!” she said in a statement. Wait… does this mean we might get a Gen Z iteration of The Parent Trap?!

Along with the press, Lohan posted a photo on her Instagram of a onesie with the words, “coming soon…” written across it. She captioned the post, “We are blessed and excited!” followed by some adorable emojis. I don’t know about you, but I’m living for this — and so is the rest of Gen Z.

As Gen Zers and Zillenials, we grew up with Lindsay Lohan: from her iconic role as both Hallie and Annie in The Parent Trap to playing the queen of the Plastics, Cady Heron, we watched Lohan grow up on the screen. Then, in 2022, we lived to see the Lohan renaissance in the Netflix film, Falling For Christmas. But beyond her on-screen roles, many of us got to see Lohan grow as a person — from party girl to sober queen. (You go, girl.)

Needless to say, Lohan is a total icon. So, her pregnancy announcement has the entire internet celebrating… especially Twitter.

For the most part, Twitter is using the announcement to take a walk down memory lane. (And reminisce on Lohan’s filmography, obvi.)

Even The Try Guys are hopping in.

While the majority of the internet is super happy, the announcement was unexpected to some.

All of this is to say, congratulations, Queen Lohan! I am so excited for you (and am available if you need a nanny)! Did someone say “mother?” Literally.

julianna (she/her) is an associate editor at her campus where she oversees the wellness vertical and all things sex and relationships, wellness, mental health, astrology, and gen-z. during her undergraduate career at chapman university, julianna's work appeared in as if magazine and taylor magazine. additionally, her work as a screenwriter has been recognized and awarded at film festivals worldwide. when she's not writing burning hot takes and spilling way too much about her personal life online, you can find julianna anywhere books, beers, and bands are.