Surprise! Julia Stiles revealed on Thursday on November 18 she was expecting her husband Preston Cook’s second child.
The actress, who is 40 was at the Humans premiere, and was spotted on the red carpet in a black dress hugging her stomach. Her rep confirmed the report to DailyGossip on November 19.
Cook and the New York native and Cook became engaged in the year 2016. The proposal was a complete surprise as Cook Columbia University grad told Kelly Ripa in July that same year.
“We were having a chat in the waiting room for an elevator which he would say in the middle of nowhere”When you wear jewelry, you’re not really wear platinum or silver. It’s more about gold or platinum,'” Stiles recalled at the time. “And then I went, ‘What is up with this conversation?'”
The next year, they announced they were planning to start an unintended family. Stiles displayed her pregnant belly in a slouchy black dress in an interview in the year.
The couple’s son was a son called Strummer who is now four, was born in October of 2017, a month after they got married in Seattle.
Bridesmaids showed off their newborn bump during the Labor Day ceremony. “Who doesn’t love a shotgun wedding?” she wrote in the caption the photo of her wedding dress.
In December of 2017 The 10 things I Hate About You star shared a picture of her baby in a baby carrier. “I didn’t have backpacks from middle school. Since then, I’ve got an actual backpack,” she captioned a adorable Instagram picture at the moment.
When mom-shamers made comments on the Riviera star’s social media post, Stiles clapped back.
“It was brought to my attention that in the previous photo I am not holding my baby correctly,” the Golden Globe nominee wrote via Instagram. “Wow I didn’t think I’d see this. What was meant to be a shout-out of my favorite products turns into an opportunity to talk about my son, and my abilities as a mom. The internet is here and for me, the carnivore from the movie ‘Little Shop Of Horrors. I tried to keep the majority of my son’s photo private, and that included perhaps the little feet. The thing is, it was an image that was taken in my home. It wasn’t the way I usually transport him around. Thank you for your concern however.”
After encouraging fellow mothers that they should “always read the safety instructions,” the mother-of-two concluded, “Instagrammers: instead of posting snarky remarks about your 5-week-old baby dance in your living room to an Clash record. It’s a lot more fun.”
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