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Saturday 20 September 2014

Pregnant Anna Faris 'doing great'

Anna Faris

Anna Faris is feeling fantastic in her first pregnancy.

The 35-year-old actress announced last month that she is having her first child with husband Chris Pratt.

People magazine reports that at the Samsung Galaxy S III launch party held in Beverly Hills Thursday, Anna gushed about how she and baby are faring a few months in.

"He's doing great!" she told pals. "We're growing everyday."

Anna glowed as she showed off her baby bump in a green jersey knit dress.

The star has recently revealed that she will be expecting a boy.

Anna met her husband on the set of their 2007 movie Take Me Home Tonight and got engaged two years later. They tied the knot in July of the same year in an intimate ceremony in Bali.

Anna has said in the past that she would love to have "eight" kids and her mother was pressuring her to "start soon" on a family.

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