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Thursday 18 December 2014

Kristen Bell doing 'great' in pregnancy

Kristen Bell
Kristen Bell

Kristen Bell says she is doing extraordinarily well in her second trimester.

The 32-year-old actress is due to give birth in the spring to her and fiancé Dax Shepard's first child together.

Speaking to Us Weekly at the after party for her new movie The Lifeguard during the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, Kristen revealed that she was "feeling great."

Before attending the festival, Kristen acknowledged that becoming a mother would alter her life for good.

"This is without question the biggest transition I'll make in my life to date," she told Entertainment Weekly recently.

"You kind of go brain dead when you're pregnant. You're kind of in a Dopamine phase. I'm kind of happy all the time, and dumb."

Kristen plans to have a break to rest after shooting the second season of U.S. TV show House of Lies in which her character is not pregnant.

"They are always trying to hide my pregnancy. I'm always hiding behind a box, or a purse," she laughed.

"I love working on that show more than I can possibly explain."

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