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January Jones is happy to report that pregnancy hasn't turned her into a madwoman. The Mad Men actress, 33, tells People that her first pregnancy has been pleasantly uneventful: no aches and pains, no mood swings, not even any strange food cravings.
"I feel great. I haven't had any weird physical side effects," says Jones, whose baby is due in the fall. "I feel pretty lucky so far."
She feels so good, in fact, that she's started wishing for some peanut-butter-and-pickle cravings. "Everybody is asking (about food cravings). It's a bummer," she jokes. "I wish I had something weird to tell."
Jones, who stars as Emma Frost in the summer blockbuster X-Men: First Class (out June 3) plans on raising her child as a single mother. She has not disclosed the identity of the baby's father, which of course has only fueled speculation. Her most recent public boyfriend, Jason Sudeikis, got flustered and refused to comment when asked by reporters about Jones' pregnancy.
However, E! Online's sources claim that the baby does not belong to Sudeikis, but rather to someone from the X-Men set. Director Matthew Vaughn, who abruptly left town with wife Claudia Schiffer around the same time Jones announced her pregnancy, has issued a denial that he is the father.
Whoever the dad is, it sounds like January is doing just fine without him.