The couple did not reveal their new daughter’s name or when she was born, and we totally respect their privacy, especially during such a whirlwind time as being new parents.While the ultra-private couple may not share details about their new baby girl, it seems parenthood has been in the plans for quite some time.Several of its songs have been covered by Newsom's peers: "Bridges and Balloons" was covered by The Decemberists on their 2005 EP Picaresqueties."Sprout and the Bean" has been covered by The Moscow Coup Attempt and Sholi.The bride wore a custom Zac Posen gown and a one-of-a-kind tiara and custom earrings by Irene Neuwirth. Samberg and Newsom, 31, have been engaged since February.is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and actress.which would eventually become the title track from her next album, Divers.
And we’re obviously so excited for the couple and their adorable new addition.
She describes her parents as "kind of idealists when it came to hoping they could protect us from bad influences, like violent movies, or stupid stuff".
At the age of five, Newsom asked her parents if she could learn to play the harp.
Melissa Maerz of Entertainment Weekly gave the album an A- rating, noting: "[Newsom is] often described as childlike, due to her lovely, elfin voice and her affection for fairy tales, but Divers comes from a highly sophisticated mind, with its complicated, polyrhythmic arrangements and lyrics that explore the nature of time." Her vocal style (in the November 2006 issue of The Wire, she described her voice as "untrainable") has shadings of folk and Appalachian shaped-note timbres.
Newsom has, however, expressed disappointment at comments that her singing is "child-like." In March 2014, Newsom and Samberg purchased the estate Moorcrest in Beachwood Canyon, Los Angeles, which had been owned in the 1920s by the parents of actress Mary Astor, and prior to that was rented by Charlie Chaplin.