Hollywood actress Kirstin Bell looked beautiful throughout both of her pregnancies with her daughters Delta, 7, and Lincoln, 9, and she just released a beautiful photo of herself pregnant in which a cherished celebrity guest was featured. In a post on social media with the caption “10 years ago,” Kristen displayed her developing baby bump.
The actress displayed her midriff while lounging on a sofa while being supported by actors Justin Long and Ben Schwartz. She was wearing trousers and a black long-sleeve top. Kristen smiled for the camera in the sweet photo and wore her dark blonde hair down.
The celebrity uploaded the photo to Instagram for all of her followers to enjoy. Naturally, Kristen’s social media fans liked the nostalgic scene and left many lovely remarks. One person responded, “This is amazing,” while another, “All three of you somehow haven’t aged in a decade.” One more said, “I love the proud throuple vibe.”
Although Kristen and her husband Dax Shepard have chosen to keep their girls out of the spotlight, the actress is nevertheless enthusiastic about showing off moments from their home life. In an interview with E! News, Kristen described how her daughters have become incredibly witty when conversing with their mothers.
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She laughed and said, “It brings me back down to earth, the amount of insults they can hurl at me in a very short period.” She joked that the title of any film about her life should be “My Kids Keep Me Grounded” because “I come home and they will just – they’ll pull the rug out from under you so quickly.”
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The mother of two has frequently been open about the highs and lows of motherhood and once added: “Parenting is a lot like athletics – you’re either winning or losing every minute of the day. Despite mostly losing, winning is always delicious and brief because of this. You know, being a parent is just odd. Knowing you’re not alone also helps.
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