Jennifer Love Hewitt hid her growing baby bump while spending a relaxing day at a Southern California beach on Friday, wearing a floral maternity dress.
The 43-year-old I Know What You Did Last Summer star shared several photos from her time in the sand to her Instagram Story so that her 1.1 million followers could get an inside look at her trip.
The Disney Channel alum is currently awaiting the birth of her third child after initially announcing that she would be adding another kid to her family earlier this year.
Soaking up the sun: Jennifer Love Hewitt was seen obscuring her growing baby bump while spending time at a Southern California beach in a snap that was shared to her Instagram Story on Friday
Hewitt was dressed in a festive light yellow floral printed dress while spending a bit of time on the warm sand.
The Garfield actress notably paired her outfit with a matching head covering, although she did point out in one of her snaps that ‘the sun felt so good.’
Her luscious brunette locks shot out from underneath her headwear and came to rest on her shoulders and backside as she relaxed on the beach.
The Golden Globe-nominated performer accessorized with a butterfly necklace and sported a stylish pair of sunglasses.
Impressive display: The Ghost Whisperer star also shared several snaps of ornately designed beach setups that had been put out by a picnic service
She also shared several other snaps of her ornately designed beach setup that had been set out for her by a pop-up picnic service.
Hewitt’s time on the sand comes just a few months after she initially announced that she would be welcoming another child with her husband, Brian Hallisay.
The two initially met while working on the set of the drama series The Client List, which originally aired on Lifetime.
Prior to meeting her 43-year-old husband, the actress was romantically linked to several other figures in the entertainment industry, such as John Mayer and Jamie Kennedy, among several others.
Big things ahead: Hewitt’s posts come not long after she announced that she would be welcoming a third child into her family
Proud parents: The performer shares her two older children with her husband of several years, Brian Halliday, whom she met while working on the drama series The Client List
She was also previously engaged to Ross McCall after he appeared on her series, Ghost Whisperer, although they ended things in 2008.
Hewitt and Halliday announced that they were engaged after just 15 months of dating and went on to make their union official in November of 2013.
Their daughter Autumn James, currently aged seven, was born that same month.
The happy couple went on to welcome a son named Atticus James, aged five, in June of 2015.
Moving fast: The couple announced that they were engaged after just 15 months of dating and went on to tie the knot in 2013
This past May, Hewitt took to her Instagram account and announced that she and Halliday would be adding another child to her family in the near future.
During a 2019 sit-down with Us Weekly, the performer spoke about how her abilities as an actress have improved ever since she became a mother, as her attachment to her husband has increased her capacity to empathize with others on screen.
The actress expressed: ‘the love that I feel for the person that allowed me to have…children, it opens you up in a way that makes you more vulnerable than you could ever possibly imagine.’
Making it known: This past May, Hewitt took to her Instagram account and announced that she and her husband would be welcoming a third child into their lives in the near future; they are pictured in 2013
Hewitt also noted that her profession requires her to be emotionally open in order to elicit good performances, stating: ‘it’s been a really interesting gift because your job as an actor is to crack yourself open as much as possible and give that to people.’
The 9-1-1 cast member concluded by remarking that she was grateful for what her children had helped her to accomplish, as she felt that they helped her get better at her craft.
‘It’s been a beautiful gift as an actor. It’s a much more accessible thing for me now in a way that I didn’t know was possible,’ she said.
Getting help: During a sit-down with Us Weekly, the performer expressed that becoming a mother has inadvertently made her a better actress, as she has learned to be more vulnerable with her emotions