Teresa Palmer celebrated her co-ed baby shower with a handful of famous friends on Sunday, Dec. 15. Hosted by Cassandra Basile, Annabelle Harron and Sarah Olsen at L.A.'s Red O Restaurant, the mom-to-be and her pals feasted on Mexican food while celebrating Palmer's first pregnancy. "Thanx for letting us use your venue for my baby shower 2day!" the Warm Bodies star tweeted.
Celebrity attendees included Hart of Dixie's Jaime King and filmmaker husband Kyle Newman, Not Fade Away's Bella Heathcote and The Originals' Phoebe Tonkin and Claire Holt. Actor and director Mark Webber—who is expecting his first child with Palmer—was also at the baby shower.
"What a beautiful day!" tweeted Palmer, who looked radiant in a sleeveless watercolor print dress.
The Aussie has remained active throughout her pregnancy. "I've always heard of labor described as similar to 'running a marathon' so I knew that one of the most important aspects of my pregnancy would be maintaining my fitness level," Palmer wrote on Your Zen Life, the website she runs with Tonkin. "I've been pretty active over the last five years and didn't want to let pregnancy be an excuse to stop my workouts."
The Love and Honor star revealed that she "didn't have any morning sickness" during her first trimester but felt "very tired" as she was "shooting films back to back." She began taking prenatal yoga classes just six weeks into her pregnancy. "Since I'm planning a drug-free natural water birth at home, I know that what I learn in my prenatal yoga will be incredibly beneficial in preparing me for this incredible day."
Palmer—who continued to take Pilates classes twice a week during her first trimester—says she's "feeling great" now that she's 30 weeks into her pregnancy. In fact, she hikes for several hours once or twice a week and continues to do prenatal yoga two times per week. The movie star also hits the gym two to three days per week, depending on her mood and energy level.
"Every pregnancy is different but just remember your thoughts, actions and choices that you make during pregnancy will in turn affect your little darling," she advised on Monday, Dec. 16. "Be healthy, active and happy and most importantly ENJOY YOUR PREGNANCY!!"