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Wednesday 25 May 2016

ScarJo 'overwhelmed by tiredness'

Published 27/07/2014

Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson reportedly doesn't want to "let anyone down" during her pregnancy.

The 29-year-old actress is currently expecting her first child with her French fiancé Romain Dauriac, who she got engaged to last year. Although she is now heavily pregnant Scarlett has been extremely busy this year, filming and promoting several films including Lucy and Avengers: Age of Ultron. It seems this hectic schedule has taken a toll on the blonde beauty.

"Scarlett has been throwing herself into work despite her pregnancy but everyone around her can see she's exhausted and have been telling her to take it easy," a source told British magazine Closer. "Filming often involved long 12-hour days on her feet and the locations have been all over the place. Scarlett didn't realise how tired she'd feel being pregnancy, but she's very professional and doesn't want to let anyone down."

It seems Romain is most worried, apparently advising his fiancée to take a break. She has apparently been eyeing up scripts for next year already, but the handsome journalist isn't keen for her to get back into work so quickly after giving birth.

"Scarlett discussed new projects with Romain and it really sent him into a panic," the insider added. "He doesn't want her giving herself any further stress and just wants her to slow down, enjoy her pregnancy and, when the baby's born, take some time off."

It was recently rumoured the couple are set to tie the knot next month, with reports suggesting it will take place in Paris as it would allow them more privacy due to strict paparazzi laws.

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