Christina Ricci Gushes Over Daughter Cleo After Actress Agrees To Let Ex-Husband Have Unsupervised Visitation With Their Son Despite Abuse Allegations & Restraining Order
Christina Ricci cannot get enough of her baby daughter.
On Tuesday, February 1, the Yellowjackets star, 41, posted an adorable snap of her two-month-old little girl, Cleo Ricci Hampton, to Instagram along with the sweet caption, "CLEO 💜."
Ricci's bundle of joy — who she welcomed with new husband Mark Hampton in December 2021 — rocked a light blue onesie with polka dots and a giant fox sewn on the front as she gazed up at her famous mama.
The sweet mother-daughter moment comes on the heels of the Casper star coming to an agreement with ex-husband James Heerdegen to allow him unsupervised visitation with their son, Frederick Heerdegen, 7, despite her restraining order against him that is currently in place.
As OK! reported, Ricci filed for divorce from Heerdegen in July 2020 and later accused him of abuse during the pandemic. A judge granted her a restraining order in January 2021 and extended the legal order in August of that year.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Ricci stated that she will be working in Northern California from January 29 to February 13 before heading to Romania for another project that runs from February 15 through the end of March — with their little boy accompanying her on both trips.
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The California native agreed to pay for her former spouse, 43, to travel to the locations and will allow him to have unsupervised visitation with their child. According to the legal papers, Heerdegen is only allowed to travel in economy and at a standard hotel that does not exceed $200 per night and $100 per diem per day.
Ricci only agreed to the deal as long as her son can be with her at all times, it was reported. The documents also stated that the mother-of-two has full authority over their son and can make all important decisions.
However, the papers cited that if Heerdegen has any “inappropriate communication with the minor child during visits, including communications regarding this case, [Christina] or what happens in [Christina’s] home, the visit shall be terminated.”
As OK! previously reported, Ricci's former husband has been pleading to get a restraining order against his ex-wife after alleging Ricci was abusive during their union. A judge denied his request for an emergency order.