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Rose Byrne 'pregnant'

Published 23/10/2015

Rose Byrne
Rose Byrne

Actress Rose Byrne is thought to be pregnant with her first child.

Australian actress Rose Byrne is reportedly expecting her first child with actor Bobby Cannavale.

The Bridesmaids star, 36, was spotted at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday

(22Oct15) with a large bump clearly visible under her plaid dress. Back in September (15), multiple outlets speculated the star was expecting when she was snapped with a tiny bulge under her top.

Rose and Bobby, who have not confirmed the news, began dating in 2012.

Bobby, 45, already has a 20-year-old son named Jake from his marriage to screenwriter Jenny Lumet. They split in 2003. It would be the first child for Rose.

The couple are notoriously private about their relationship, but the Boardwalk Empire actor confirmed their romance during his acceptance speech at the 2013 Emmy Awards by saying, "And I want to thank the love of my life, Rose."

Meanwhile Rose hasn't been shy about revealing what attracted her to the dapper actor. Not only is he handsome, he's also a dab hand in the kitchen.

"Bobby's a great cook," she previously smiled to People magazine. "He's Cuban and he does a couple of really good Cuban dishes like arroz con pollo (similar to paella) and Cuban cocktails. He's better than I am. I'm the good cleaner after!"

They don't just collaborate in the kitchen - Rose and Bobby have also co-starred in films Adult Beginners, Annie and Spy. While they clearly work well together, Rose admits it's not always easy to mix work with pleasure.

"[It] is a very intense thing you can experience together," Rose said of shooting films with her boyfriend. "It's not for everybody, but I think he's such a great actor."

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