There is a new addition to the Avengers. Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost welcomed their first child together, and on Wednesday the “Saturday Night Live” star wrote, “Well, we just had a baby. His name is Cosmo,” Jost wrote in an Instagram post. People magazine first confirmed the news, and Johansson’s representative Marcel Pariso directed USA TODAY to post Jost. “We love him so much.” Jost added that privacy would be “highly appreciated” during this time, and jokingly directed all additional inquiries to his SNL co-star, Michael Che. Che appeared to take the joke step by step, as he updated his Instagram bio on Wednesday night to read “Cosmo’s propaganda” and share fan queries about the baby on his Instagram Stories. “One thing is to be obsessed with adult strangers you like,” he wrote. “But like, kid? The (expletive) oceans are dying, and you’re writing with you about some kids?” “Is what?!” one Instagram user responded. The celebrity couple got engaged in May 2019 and announced their marriage in October, as revealed in a post on the Instagram page of Meals on Wheels America, a charity that provides food and resources for seniors. The post shows a photo of the ferry in Staten Island with the words “Jost Married” across the image.” We’re thrilled to break the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost got married this weekend in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and loved ones, following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC, “Read the caption. Surprise!: Scarlett Johansson, Colin Jost marry in intimate ceremony after COVID-19 precautions “Just married Scarlett Johansson: Colin Jost for the first time his wedding ring at SNL, Johansson and Jost met through Saturday Night Live.” Johansson, 36, has hosted the show multiple times since 2006, and Jost, 39, joined the show in 2005 before becoming lead writer and co-presenter on Weekend Update. Photographers at the premiere of “Avengers: Infinity War”, in which Johansson starred in Black Widow. Johansson recently launched a lawsuit against Disney Studios last month, alleging that her contract was breached when “Black Widow” was released on Disney+’s streaming service at the same time as its theatrical debut. In more stars remaking Hollywood deals during COVID-19 in “A Very Punchable Face: A Memoir,” which came out earlier this year, Jost wrote of meeting Johansson for the first time during his first year on “SNL,” Describing her as a “beautiful, intelligent, sweet and frighteningly sophisticated” star who possesses “a grace and a smile that I have hitherto not seen in any other human being.” This is the third marriage for Johansson, who married “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds (2008-2011) and journalist Romain Dauriac (2014-2017), with whom she shares daughter Rose Dorothy Dauriac, 6, and it’s Jost’s first marriage and child. , the pressure to “keep getting better” and why Litte Johansson’s scar is like the moon More: Scarlett Johansson recedes during Colin Jost’s MTV Awards as she accepts the Generation Award.