Entertainment Emma Roberts: Lockdown allowed me to enjoy my pregnancy

05:45  29 october  2020
05:45  29 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

Emma Roberts encourages her fans to wear a mask and read books

  Emma Roberts encourages her fans to wear a mask and read books Emma Roberts shared two important messages with her fans in one Instagram photo: wear a mask and read. The 29-year-old actress shared a photo on Instagram, where she also showed off her baby bump on Thursday.She is expecting her first child with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund, who she's been dating since March 2019. © Provided by Daily Mail Message: Emma Roberts shared two important messages with her fans in one Instagram photo: wear a mask and read 'Wear a mask. Read a book,' she said, tagging her book recommendation service Belltrist, which she co-founded with Karah Preiss.

Pregnant interview: Emma Roberts , shown last week on Instagram, explained in an interview with Glamour why she's particularly excited to be having a baby boy. Emma said she's already gotten 'some really, really cute swaddles' from children's clothing company Pehr.

Rose showcased her baby bump for the first time last month in a stunning black-and-white picture from the shoot for Make. Earlier this month Rose revealed she's 'thrilled' to be expecting her first child as she addressed her pregnancy for the first time. The former GOT co-stars recently celebrated their second

Emma Roberts says lockdown has allowed her to enjoy her pregnancy.

Emma Roberts smiling for the camera © Bang Showbiz Emma Roberts

The ‘Scream Queens’ star is currently expecting her first child with her boyfriend Garrett Hedlund, and after falling pregnant during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Emma has said she feels “grateful” she’s been able to stay at home and not work, because it has allowed her to “be present” with herself.

She said: "It's been really an interesting time in the world to be pregnant right now. It’s definitely caused a lot of introspection, but I think it's been amazing to really sit with myself and really turn inward in a way I never have before and be still. That's been really nice, and I feel really grateful to have gotten to do that.

Emma Roberts encourages her fans to wear a mask and read books

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Emma Roberts sat down with Busy Philipps on Tuesday where she discussed what it's like to look so much like her 51-year-old aunt Julia Roberts . The 28-year-old Scream Queens star joked about both of their toothy grins as she appeared on Busy Tonight.

Pregnancy , she added, had led her to have a 'new found respect' for her body. Love letter: Of her boobs, Millie penned: 'Then, when I was pregnant you amazed me by doubling in size and then a lot more after Sienna was born and my milk came in.' (pictured in September).

"To not just be running from one appointment to the next or one job to the next. I’ve really had to be present with myself, and that's been - some days you wanna crawl out of your skin, but other days you feel really good and really grateful."

Emma - who will be welcoming a baby boy - is currently getting her house ready for her son’s arrival, and has said she’s pleased she isn’t having a daughter, because she thinks she’d buy way too many clothes for a baby girl.

She explained: "I've been trying to not buy a ton of stuff because I love shopping. All I can say is thank goodness I'm not having a girl because the clothing situation would just be insane.”

And the 29-year-old actress also opened up on her current cravings, admitting she’s become obsessed with cupcakes during her pregnancy.

Speaking to Glamour magazine, she said: "Sprinkles cupcakes have been my obsession. I love cupcakes in general, but for some reason Sprinkles during my pregnancy, during the pandemic. Salt & Straw ice cream too. They have a Halloween flavour called The Great Candycopia, which - it's been a problem how much I've been eating it."

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — For viewers, “The Crown” offers a peek into a modern royal family’s life and times, or at least an engaging dramatization. For the cast, it’s meant the lofty equivalent of gig work as the Netflix series ticks through the decades. Claire Foy played Britain’s young Queen Elizabeth II for the first two seasons, with Olivia Colman stepping in to chart her middle years last season and in the 10 new episodes out Sunday. Imelda Staunton ascends to the throne for the final two chapters. © Provided by Associated Press This image released by Netflix shows Emma Corrin in a scene from "The Crown." Season four premieres on Sunday, Nov. 15.

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