Lindsay Lohan, the renowned actress, celebrated her 37th birthday on Sunday with a joyful announcement. Lohan, who is currently expecting her first child with her husband Bader Shammas, shared a selfie on Instagram, expressing her gratitude for the outpouring of birthday wishes from her fans.
Bader Shammas, an assistant vice president at Credit Suisse, has been identified as Lohan’s husband by multiple outlets. According to his LinkedIn profile, Shammas attended the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. Credit Suisse, a leading financial services company, provides comprehensive financial advice to clients worldwide. Both Lohan and Shammas reside in Dubai, a city known for its opulence and luxury.
In a 2017 interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lohan spoke about her decision to move to the Middle East, citing the serenity and privacy it offers compared to living in New York. She expressed her desire to have a private life while still enjoying a public career. Lohan’s move allowed her to focus on her personal and professional aspirations without constant scrutiny.
Numerous well-known personalities took to social media to wish Lohan a happy birthday. Daniel Franzese, Lohan’s co-star from Mean Girls, expressed his warm wishes, while Chord Overstreet, known for his role in Glee and as Lohan’s romantic interest in Falling for Christmas, sent love and greetings to the actress. Kyle Richards, a star from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, also joined in the celebration, extending her birthday wishes to Lohan.
Sources close to Lohan have shared that she is eagerly anticipating the arrival of her first child and is embracing this new chapter in her life. Becoming a mother has always been something Lohan aspired to, and she feels the time is finally right. Her mother, Dina Lohan, expressed her pride and excitement for Lindsay, emphasizing the frequent communication they share about the baby’s development. Dina also mentioned the strong bond between their family and Bader’s family, expressing their collective joy and gratitude for the forthcoming miracle.