Jessica Biel opens up about having 'secret COVID baby'

'COVID happened, and then I went to Montana with my family and never left.'

6/16/2021 5:51:00 AM

'COVID happened, and then I went to Montana with my family and never left.'

The actress, who already shares 6-year-old son Silas with Justin Timberlake, welcomed her second child, Phineas, in July.

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