Thandie Newton has announced she's expecting her third child, revealing a hint of a baby bump on the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival over the weekend.
The 40-year-old actress has jetted into TIFF to promote her new movie Half of a Yellow Sun, and as she hit the premiere on Sunday the actress looked stunning in a tight-fitting black and white dress.
Thandie was showing off a very tiny baby bump with her manager later confirming to Us Magazine that she is due to welcome another child with her husband Oliver Parker.
Another source close to the actress said: ''She couldn't be more happy. You can barely tell she has a bump and she's been dressing different because of it.''
The Crash actress and her writer-director husband of 15 years are already parents to two daughters: Ripley, 12, and Nico, 8.
Expecting again: Thandie Newton displays a hint of a baby bump at the Toronto International Film Festival (Dominic Chan/WENN)
Thandie previously revealed that motherhood has thought her a lot about how important it is to pass on life lessons:
''It's amazing how you start again and you re-live your childhood. The universe has given me girls because I needed to live that girlhood again in a fresh way.
''Motherhood has taught me how exquisite human beings are and how tender, fragile and powerful we are.''
She added: ''I want my girls to feel empowered. That's the most important thing. I think as a mom it's important to teach your children that they're extraordinary, powerful beings. Your job is to keep the path clear so there is nothing they can trip up on.''