Many millennials hold a special place in their hearts for Hilary Duff. The former teen idol who rose to fame as the star of the Disney Channel TV show Lizzie McGuire went on to have a stellar career as a pop star and movie star.
Along with her coveted role as Lizzie McGuire, Hilary achieved global fame through roles in major movies like A Cinderella Story, Cheaper by the Dozen, and Raise Your Voice. Today, it is believed that Hilary has a net worth of $25 million, and while this mostly comes from her accomplishments as an actress, she’s also enjoyed a successful career as a singer.
While her career is still going strong, with roles in shows like Younger and How I Met Your Father, Hilary is now a loving mom of three. She often shares what her life is like at home behind the scenes with her millions of followers on social media, highlighting the special relationship she has with her kids.
How Many Kids Does Hilary Duff Have?
At the time of writing, Hilary Duff has three children. Her eldest, Luca Cruz Comrie, was born in March 2021. Hilary shares him with her ex-husband Mike Comrie.
After splitting with Mike Comrie, Hilary entered into a relationship with Matthew Koma. The couple welcomed their first together in October 2018: a daughter called Banks Violet Bair.
In an interview with People, Hilary admitted that the couple had chosen Banks’ name early on, and it was the first thing they decided upon as parents. “We’ve known her name for a really long time. Her name starts with a B, and I keep calling her baby B …”
The following year, they tied the knot on December 21, in a private ceremony in the backyard of their Los Angeles home.
The couple welcomed their second child together in March 2021, another daughter named Mae James Bair.
Speaking about the inspiration behind Mae’s name, Hilary revealed that the name was chosen because both her mother and Matthew’s mother were born in May: “… so we thought that was a cute little homage to our mothers,” she said (via Distractify). “And we obviously spelled it different than the month of May, but that’s just because we liked the spelling better.”