Rachel McAdams


Rachel McAdams recently debuted her baby bump while out in Los Angeles. The actress is expecting her second child.

Rachel McAdams


The Mean Girls star is seemingly expecting and fans couldn't be more excited. Although there was no official announcement as McAdams does not have social media, recent photographs taken in Los Angeles of the star by Page Six ultimately confirm the speculations.

McAdams is known for keeping her personal life private, especially the birth of her first son back in 2018. She spoke with The Sunday Times back in 2018 about her experience with motherhood and her decision to keep things private:

"It's the greatest thing that's ever happened to me, hands-down. People say your life is not your own any more, but I had 39 years of me, I was sick of me, I was so happy to put the focus on some other person. I waited a long time for motherhood. It's just how it happened. And I didn't want to do it before it was the right time."

With not having an official announcement from the mom herself on her first pregnancy, we do not foresee an extravagent announcement like we saw with Nicki Minaj's recent announcement. No matter how she reveals the news, we wish her a happy and healthy pregnancy!

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