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Olivia Wilde is broody gushing over Rose Byrne's newborn

Published 09/04/2016

Olivia Wilde and Rose Byrne
Olivia Wilde and Rose Byrne

Rose Byrne makes her first official red carpet return after welcoming a son in February.

Actress Olivia Wilde is eager to have more kids after spending time with friend Rose Byrne and her newborn boy.

Bridesmaids star Rose welcomed a son named Rocco in February (16) with her boyfriend Bobby Cannavale, Olivia's co-star in new music drama series Vinyl.

The Australian actress made her first official red carpet appearance since giving birth with Olivia on Thursday (07Apr16) at the Marimekko for Target launch in New York, where she gushed about life as a new mum.

"I'm feeling good. I'm not getting that much sleep, but that's alright!" she laughed to E! News. "It goes with the territory."

The 36-year-old also revealed her figure is making quite a quick comeback and she is close to slipping back into her pre-pregnancy clothes: "I'm nearly there," she smiled. "I went to the gym yesterday, which was exciting. I haven't done that for a while!"

Meanwhile, Olivia admitted watching Rose and Bobby fawn over their son has made her broody, almost two years after welcoming her first child, Otis, with fiance Jason Sudeikis.

Asked if she is experiencing baby fever, the beauty exclaimed, "Yeah! Everything makes me want another one!"

The acting couples are also hopeful their boys will grow up to be best pals after spending so much time together in recent weeks.

"They have no choice but to be friends," Olivia joked. "The four of us are going to force them to be friends so they might as well give into this arranged friendship."

And Olivia claims their friendship is already off to a strong start: "Otis has seen videos of Rocco trying to crawl. And Otis is saying, 'Go Rocco go!'."

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