Billie Lourd Shows Off Her Baby Bump at Ticket To Paradise Event In Los Angeles

We are so excited to see Billie Lourd, who is a talented actress, show the world her baby bump! This article gives us all the details about what we can expect from this exciting event and why we should keep our eyes peeled for Kingston’s little sister or brother.

Billie Lourd is showing off another stylish look for her pregnancy. On Monday at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles, the actress was there for the premiere of her new movie, Ticket to Paradise.

Lourd walked the red carpet alone, wearing a black velvet off-the-shoulder dress. She finished off the outfit with silver earrings that matched the flowers on the bottom of her dress. She and her husband, Austen Rydell, are both 30 years old. They have a 2-year-old son named Kingston Fisher.

Last month, at the London premiere of Ticket to Paradise, the Booksmart actress and her husband, who is also an actor, told the world that they were going to have a baby.

Lourd and Rydell posed together, and Lourd wore a pink dress with a pink rose pinned to it. In a few pictures, the woman who was going to be a mother of two held her baby bump. The wedding was small and private and took place in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in March.

On Monday, Lourd posted photos from the set of her upcoming movie And Mrs., which had just finished filming. In the caption of the Instagram photo carousel, the actress made a joke about being “emo af” and “907 years pregnant.”

“We finished shooting @andmrs the movie on Friday (in a strip club, duh), and I’m feeling, as kids back in 1947 used to say, ’emo as hell,'” she wrote.

“Probably because I’m 907 years pregnant, but also because this movie is very close to my heart, and mostly because I met some of the most amazing people ever while working on it,” the pregnant mom said.

“I can’t wait for you all to see it when it comes out! Get ready for the briefest (petition to make this a real word!) comedy of all comedies!” she wrote.

Friday, Ticket to Paradise opens in theatres.

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