Millie Bobby Brown and Jake Bongiovi at the "Damsel" New York Premiere held at The Paris Theater on March 1, 2024 in New York, New York.
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Millie Bobby Brown Fosters New Kitten Post Wedding

On May 24, Millie Bobby Brown introduced her fans to a new foster kitten through her Instagram stories. She welcomed the ginger feline through the Best Friends Animal Society in New York. The kitten is the latest addition to Brown’s family and the first after her alleged secret wedding with Jake Bongiovi.

Millie Bobby Brown adds foster kitten to family after wedding to Jake Bongiovi

Millie Bobby Brown took to Instagram to introduce her new foster kitten to her followers. The actor shared a collage of four images of her adorable feline friend in her Instagram stories. The kitty is a ginger male named Loki, per People. The 20-year-old requested her fans to adopt the little one if they can.

Loki is Millie Bobby Brown’s first addition to the family after her wedding to Jake Bongiovi. According to People, the “Stranger Things” star tied the knot with her boyfriend last weekend. Now, they have welcomed yet another furry companion to their brood.

Millie Bobby Brown and Jake Bongiovi regularly foster animals in need. Earlier this month, she introduced a cute puppy to her Instagram followers, per Hello!. She shared an image of the pup named Ruth on her Instagram stories.

The couple has several animals at their Georgia home, like dogs, cats, goats, a rabbit, a sheep, a donkey, and a pony. Moreover, one of Millie Bobby Brown’s animals’ birth also sparked her pregnancy rumors.

In an interview, the 20-year-old actor noted that her purchases for a lamb she took in were the root cause of her pregnancy rumors. She got the lamb from one of her neighbors, and since he was so small, she decided to keep him indoors. After seeing her purchasing diapers and a stroller, people started speculating that Millie Bobby Brown might be pregnant. However, her baby-friendly shopping was indeed for her new lamb.

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