BumpWatch: Bryce Dallas Howard’s Good Morning

08/07/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
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Ravishing redhead!

Promoting her latest film, The Help, Bryce Dallas Howard smiles for the shutterbugs — and lets her belly peek through her blazer! — while making her way into Good Morning America on Thursday.

“[The glow] is the one good thing that comes along with this,” the expectant actress, 30, told PEOPLE of her pregnancy.

Howard and husband Seth Gabel are already parents to son Theo, 4½.

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ForeverMoore on

I think there are MANY good things that come along with pregnancy! It’s such an intimate experience like none other. But I’m not judging, maybe she has had a rough pregnancy or something. I just think it is such a magical time, even with the MS, hormones, weight gain…it’s all special to me.

Sarah on

I hope she has a girl. :)

Kat on

Forever Moore, she had postpartum depression with her first child, which might be part of her cautious nature.

Jordan on

ForeverMoore, She’s been quite open about how sick she gets during her pregnancies.

ForeverMoore on

Ohhhh ok. That puts in into some context. Thank you.

Adrienne on

I so like her.

Marky on

I had PPD with my first and it was a rough time for several months! Second time, I rested more after baby came and just focused on taking good care of myself, so I did much better. My MIL was a real help for 2 weeks–just let me lay around, play with baby and read to the other kids, it was wonderful. Then I was up and at ‘em and just fine.

Mira on

She doesn’t look like herself in this picture. And, for some reason, her hair always looks glued to her head, like a wig on an Orthodox Jewish woman.

Niki on

She is stunning. The end.

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