Olivia Wilde Radiates The Red Carpet

Stars arrive for the 'Her' premiere in West Hollywood **USA, Australia, New Zealand ONLY**

An expectant Olivia Wilde radiated the red carpet at the West Hollywood premiere of Her on Thursday (December 12). Looking every bit the stunning mom-to-be, The O.C. alum showed off her barely there baby bump in a tight-fitting blue dress.

The pregnant actress, 29, has been keeping busy. On Wednesday, she launched the new Revlon Age Defying Collection in New York. And on Thursday morning, she was back in California to announce the Golden Globe nominations at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Although she looked absolutely flawless, Jason Sudeikis‘ leading lady was a bit nervous about her pregnancy nausea at the event.

“On way to LA. Getting up at 3:30 AM to announce Globes noms w @azizansari and @zoesaldana,” Olivia tweeted. “Can I wear my head gear? I genuinely might puke.”

Wilde and Sudeikis announced their pregnancy news in late October.

Nearly six months ago, the Rush star talked about having children with her fiancé.

“I am not trying to have kids now—there’s no strict plan for anything in my life. What happens, happens,” she told Marie Claire. “He’s so good with kids…I’ve never before experienced looking at someone and thinking, ‘That’s who I want to raise a child with.’”

She added: “We’ve discussed all our ideals and hopes. I can’t wait for children. I’m open-minded about how many, but three, which I love, is like a little party.”

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  1. Someone

    She’s sticking her belly out so it looks like she has more than just a food belly lol. I always couldn’t wait to start showing too :D

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  2. Gemi

    She is barely showing…. I wonder how far along she is. I think she could have easily hidden it for at least another month.

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