Constance Wu secretly gave birth to baby girl over the summer with rocker boyfriend Ryan Kattner

CONSTANCE Wu secretly gave birth to a baby girl over the summer with her boyfriend, Ryan Kattner.

The Hustlers actress, 38, welcomed her first child with her rocker partner, E! News reported.

"They are doing great, and they're so excited and happy," a source told the publication of first-time parents Constance and Ryan.

Constance kept her baby news quiet by remaining out of the public eye since before lockdown in March.

Back in February, she attended both the Queerties 2020 Awards Reception and the 22nd Costume Designers Guild Awards, but showed no trace of a baby bump. 

The Crazy Rich Asians star has not posted on Instagram since May and has not tweeted in more than a year.

She went so far as to call her Instagram and Twitter profiles "defunct accounts".

The Fresh Off The Boat actress deleted all her Instagram photos apart from three – a snap of a bunny, a childhood throwback and a shot of her modelling a Piaget watch.

She captioned the endorsement from seven months ago: "Every woman is extraordinary in her own unique way."

Neither Constance, nor Ryan – who fronts the rock band Man Man under the stage name Honus Honus – have commented publicly on their child.

It's unclear when the couple began dating, although Constance did tell  Bustle in 2018 that she has a boyfriend – without revealing his identity.

She said he was "not really an animal person, but he’s a great person person".

The Golden Globe nominee previously dated filmmaker Ben Hethcoat for four years until their split in 2016.

Constance opened up in 2018 about the backlash she's faced for dating non-Asian men.

“Hate and criticism in any form do not feel good, "she told StyleCaster.

"But I do think having the freedom to express things that are painful to certain people and start conversations about deeper issues [is a good thing].

“Unfortunately, sometimes those conversations are targeted, but I’m very confident in the choices I make and why I make them, so if and when they are targeted at me, if this is a means for someone else to figure out and discover the things that matter to them or the things they feel about themselves, then I’m all for it. Because I’m OK.”

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