The Little Miss Sunshine actress announced she is
expecting her first child with her musician husband, Dave
Galafassi, today. Toni, 34, said: "We're very happy. We are
completely over the moon. It's strange really, the last three films
I've done I have been pregnant in. I'm just, like, what is the
universe trying to tell me? But I think everything happens when
it's meant to."
The In Her Shoes star performed at Live Earth Sydney on
Saturday with her rock band, Toni Collette and the Finish, in which
Galafassi is the drummer.
Toni was determined to play at the event - which was part of a
series of worldwide concerts, organised by former US Vice-President
Al Gore to raise awareness of global warming - because she is a
She said: "It's not a time to be ignorant about what is
happening to the planet. "It can be a great pressure, but the more
people know, the more they will hopefully feel they have a
responsibility towards the planet. Certainly Al Gore's film, An
Inconvenient Truth, spoke to a lot of people and if the
message can get out in any shape or form that's a good thing. Music
can create unity."