The Arrival Of John Mulaney And Olivia Munn's Baby Leaves Fans With More Questions

In September, news broke that John Mulaney and Olivia Munn were expecting after Munn was spotted out and about with a baby bump, according to Extra. Mulaney later confirmed the pregnancy during an appearance on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," where he also touched on his challenging past year — which included a drug relapse, rehabilitation, and a divorce from Anna Marie Tendler. "[Munn] held my hand through that hell, and we are having a baby, together," Mulaney said to Seth Meyers, who offered his congratulations. "I'm gonna be a dad!" Mulaney glowed. "I'm really — we're both really, really happy." 

Now, congratulations are in order for John Mulaney and Olivia Munn who welcomed their first child together, per TMZ. Though the arrival of Mulaney and Munn's baby has prompted many fans to send in their congratulations, some fans have expressed confusion over the timeline of their pregnancy. Here's why.

John Mulaney and Olivia Munn's relationship is questioned by fans

John Mulaney and Olivia Munn gave birth to a baby boy on November 24, ahead of American Thanksgiving, TMZ reported. The timeline of Munn's pregnancy, though, has raised questions about when they actually began their relationship. Mulaney outlined that he spent a majority of 2021 in rehab, before breaking up with his then-wife Anna Marie Tendler, and then relapsing and going back to rehab, before beginning a relationship with Munn, which he shared on "Late Night With Seth Meyers." The problem with the timeline is — as many fans have pointed out — that pregnancy generally takes nine months and Mulaney only announced his divorce Tendler in July, meaning Munn may have been in a relationship with Mulaney longer than what has been publicized.

"The math isn't mathing on the separation from his wife and the conception of this baby lol," one user tweeted. Another wrote, "These 2 have no class." However, plenty of fans of the couple sent in their congratulations, too.

For her part, Munn pushed back at criticism of her relationship, telling the Los Angeles Times in November, she wouldn't "feed into a narrative that's just not true," and that people "ignore really specific public signs and actions that completely contradict the false narrative." She added, "If I try to say anything, I run the risk of being called messy or not telling the truth. The only way to win, for me, is to pull back and to not play the game at all."