Harry Potter star Scarlett Byrne expecting twins with Hugh Hefner’s son Cooper

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Harry Potter star Scarlett Byrne is expecting twins with her husband, Hugh Hefner's son Cooper.

The actress, who played Slytherin student Pansy Parkinson in the films, announced the news in a post on Instagram.

The 31-year-old said: "Thankful for our growing family. Cooper and I are very excited to share that we will be welcoming twins at the beginning of 2022.

"Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving.”

The couple already have a 16-month-old daughter, Betsy Rose, and Byrne posted a photo showing their family standing together while she holds her baby bump.

Hefner, 30, simultaneously announced the news on social media, writing: "Scarlett and I will be welcoming two new members of the family this spring.

"We couldn't be happier as we wait on the arrival of our twins. A very Happy Thanksgiving to all!"

Byrne reportedly became engaged to Hefner in August 2015.

In 2017, she appeared nude in Playboy, marking the end of a year-long ban on using photographs of nude models in the magazine.

Byrne made her debut in the Potter series in its sixth instalment, Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince and reprised the role in the final two films of the series.

Her character mocked and teased Harry and his friends, and was later made a Slytherin prefect alongside Draco Malfoy.

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