Amy Adams’ Burgeoning Baby Bump

Amy Adams' Burgeoning Baby Bump

Julie & Julia actress Amy Adams was spotted yesterday (May 10) heading into a Medical building in Los Angeles, Calif. with fiancé Darren Le Gallo. The parents-to-be spent 2 hours in the building and then headed to a bakery for lunch.

The new baby, who is due any day now, will be the first child for the adorable couple who have been together since 2002.

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  1. BGLG

    Adorable! I am sooo excited to hear what they name the baby!

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  2. Anonymous

    pregnancy has only made her more adorable than she already was and that picture of Darren rubbing her shoulders is so sweet it’s not even funny

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  3. Anonymous

    Wrong use of the word burgeoning.. it implies it is newer and in the early stages. She is at the end of her pregnancy so it’s way past ‘burgeoning’.

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  4. Courtney

    you are correct it would be fully blossomed as she’s got like two weeks left in the pregnancy which fits her well and she and Darren look so excited for the arrival of thir baby

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  5. Anonymous

    i hpe she is having a girl i saw them looking at pink walpaper

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  6. Courtney

    the wallpaper may not have been for the nursery but their bedroom they never found out the sex of the baby but she received pink gifts at her shower in march so it’s more than likely a girl as pink has denoted a baby girl since the 18th century before that it was the opposite way around blue was a girl and pink was for boys

    She and Darren look so excited for the birth of their child having kids is the most unselfish thing a couple in love can do Amy carries pregnancy beautifully she’s always glowing and loving this special moment in their lives Bueno Suerte {good Luck} to the happy couple on their future as parents to a beautiful healthy child

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