Looks like fans weren't the only ones surprised to find out about "Gotham" co-stars' Morena Baccarin and Ben McKenzie's real-life romance.
Multiple sources tell ET that Baccarin's ex, Austin Chick, was "shocked" and "blindsided" to find out that the pair's relationship had become more than just professional.
"Austin was totally shocked when he found out about the affair," one source says. "Totally blindsided. When Morena left him for Ben, Austin was devastated -- completely shocked."
Now, newly released court documents indicate that Baccarin and McKenzie intend to take their relationship to the next level.
"Today, I am in a new committed relationship," Baccarin wrote in court documents filed by her attorney on Sept. 11. "I am planning to re-marry. Also, I am three-and-a-half months pregnant."
According to eyewitnesses, McKenzie visited Baccarin multiple times on the Vancouver set of her film "Deadpool," which shot between March and May of this year.
"He stayed at her condo," a source tells ET.
In court docs, Baccarin claimed that "In March 2015, Austin and I were talking about separating as I told him I thought our marriage was not working and we should possibly divorce."
Chick did file for divorce from his wife of four-and-a-half years on June 12, citing "irreconcilable differences." According to a source, a fan sent Chick a photo of Baccarin and McKenzie together in Vancouver.
"Austin confronted Morena about the photo," the source says. "She didn't deny it and said she no longer wanted to work on [their] marriage."
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Prior to the divorce, in the spring of 2015, Baccarin and Chick had reached an informal agreement regarding custody and visitation of their one-year-old son, Julius, wherein Chick would be provided with a New York apartment and spend considerable time their with the child to accommodate Baccarin's eight-month shooting schedule on "Gotham."
On Thursday, the former couple faced off in court once again -- on the same day that news of Baccarin's pregnancy went public -- regarding custody of their son.