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Surprise! 'Jessica Jones' star Krysten Ritter reveals baby bump on Oscars red carpet
News of the 37-year-old's pregnancy comes just shortly after Netflix announced the cancellation of "Jessica Jones."
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Krysten Ritter arrived to the 91st Academy Awards with the ultimate accessory. She paired her long-sleeved, red lace, floor length gown with none other than a luxurious baby bump. And a red clutch.
The "Jessica Jones" star announced her pregnancy at the Oscars red carpet and in case anyone missed the big reveal, the 37-year-old mom took to social media to share the news.
Ritter posted two photos of herself: a profile picture that clearly shows off her growing bump and another one of her and her boyfriend, War On Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel. She simply captioned the post "Surprise!" and hashtagged the Oscars.
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The comments on her post were filled with supportive messages from fans congratulating her on her pregnancy.
Ritter was a presenter at the awards on Sunday. Her pregnancy announcement comes just shortly after Netflix canceled "Jessica Jones" after three seasons.
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