Actress Kerry Washington, who raised fame through the ABC series Scandal, is expecting the second baby with her husband Nnamdi Asomugha. Washington is already blessed with a baby girl after their secret wed in June 2013.
Washington was one of the stars to debut her baby bump at Met Gala 2016. Gorgeously dressed mom-to-be appeared on the red carpet where she rubbed her belly in order to express about her pregnancy.
Not only she revealed her baby bumps but also she disclosed a new purple hairstyle. And the lucky fans of her got a chance to see the star and her designer gown from closer and also shared the photos from inside the star-studded event.
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Including Washington, other stars like Blake Lively, Emily Blunt, Olivia Wilde were the one who debuted their baby bumps in the event.
Well! Congratulations ladies and wish you all would have a safe maternity.
Her baby bump was disclosed unknowingly for the first in White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in Washington, D.C. over the weekend. Before revealing about the pregnancy, she was noticed hiding her belly with the tiny clutch purse in every photo of that day.
Washington was scandalously quiet about her upcoming baby, but when the secret got revealed she thought Met Gala would be the better event to introduce about her baby bumps.
Washington had flowed after having her first daughter Isabelle-
"I will say I feel really, really blessed. I just feel really blessed that I'm kind of living extraordinary dreams come true in my work life and in my personal life."
So, the feelings towards her upcoming baby would be as strong as she had before. And we wish Washington for a better and safe maternity period.
Met Gala's official twitter page posted the picture of her.
— The Met (@metmuseum) May 2, 2016