Christina Ricci is head over heels for her husband, Mark Hampton.
On Sunday, March 20, The Addams Family star, 42, took to Instagram to gush over her hairstylist hunk, whom she married in October of last year.
"Dreamy," Ricci captioned the snap of the father of her three-month-old daughter, Cleopatra Ricci Hampton, as he stared deep into the camera.
The Yellowjackets actress — who shares 7-year-old son Freddie with ex-husband James Heerdegen — announced she was expecting her second child in August. At the time, it was not exactly clear who the child's father was.
Two months later, Ricci revealed she married Hampton after sharing several pictures to social media of the couple's low key wedding ceremony — where both the bride and groom wore white button down tops. The happy couple welcomed their baby girl in December 2021.
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Amidst all of the happy life changes, the mother-of-two still has to deal with her nasty legal battle with her ex-husband. In 2020, Ricci filed for divorce from Heerdegen after she alleged she was physically and mentally abused by him for years.
“[James] focused solely on punishing and terrorizing me 24 hours a day,” the Hollywood star claimed in court documents of the film producer's treatment, adding that the abuse often occurred in front of their child.
In January 2021, a judge granted the former child star a temporary restraining order against her former spouse and extended the legal order in August of that year.
As for the exes' child custody agreement, Ricci recently agreed to pay for Heerdegen to travel to the locations where she will be working on upcoming projects so he can have unsupervised visits with their son, who will be accompanying his mom on her trips.
However, the legal papers stated 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.”