Billie Lourd is going to be a mother of two!
The actress revealed she and her husband, Austen Rydell, are expecting their second child while at the premiere of her new film, “Ticket to Paradise,” on Wednesday.
Lourd, 30, proudly put her baby bump on display while the couple — who tied the knot in March — made their way down the red carpet in London.
She stunned in a pink sequined mini-dress, pink tulle shrug and nude heels.
She cradled her growing bump for photos before joining Rydell, who opted for a sleek gray suit for the big reveal.
The couple welcomed their first child, son Kingston Fisher, back in 2020 after keeping their pregnancy a secret.
The “Booksmart” star is known for keeping her personal life private, even opting to not speak publicly about her engagement to 30-year-old Rydell.
Two years following their sneaky engagement, the pair said “I do” during a lavish wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The “Scream Queens” star made sure to honor her late mother, Carrie Fisher, throughout the weekend affair.
During her rehearsal dinner, the actress opted for an intricate braided hairstyle laced with fresh flowers as a nod to Fisher’s iconic Princess Leia updo.
For the main event, she sported two custom looks by Rodarte — a brand closely linked to Fisher.
“I discovered Kate and Laura [Mulleavy, Rodarte’s designers] after they interviewed my mom for an article in 2014 and immediately fell in love. So when I started thinking about who I wanted to design my wedding dress, they were the first people who came to mind,” Billie told Vogue.
She also honored her later grandmother Debbie Reynolds in a white fringe number during the reception — an homage to “Reynolds’ iconic dance outfits.”
Lourd met Rydell in January 2011 at New York University before they reconnected six years later. They were first spotted together again in October 2017 and then he accompanied Billie on a family trip to Norway on the anniversary of the death of her mother.
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