Emily Blunt Covers Her Baby Bump on Set of The Girl on the Train After Confirming Pregnancy
Flashing a quick smile and the slightest hint of a baby bump, the 32-year-old wore a light blue coat as she sat in snowy Central Park in New York City.
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“You don’t know what to expect because it’s just completely, existentially out of anything that you’ve ever experienced before, and it’s quite indescribable,” the actress previously told PEOPLE of motherhood.
Krasinski echoed his wife’s sentiments, telling PEOPLE he experienced his own “existential crisis” following the birth of his daughter.
“I went through some really serious stuff,” he explained. “There is a mirror that is held up to me now. You have someone watching you. You have to lead by example.”
In The Girl on the Train, based on the best selling novel of the same name by Paula Hawkins, Blunt stars as Rachel Watson, an alcoholic, who struggles to come to terms with her divorce from her husband, played in the film by Luke Evans.
The film hits theaters Oct. 7, 2016.
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