Pregnancy sure looks good on Jenna Fischer!
The 40-year-old star was spotted showing off her baby bump as she took her son Weston to the park in Los Angeles on Wednesday. The former Office star was photographed sporting a pair of cargo pants, a striped hoodie and a fitted navy blue shirt that highlighted her growing belly. She wore her hair in two pigtail braids and added a baseball cap to shield her face from the sun, appearing relaxed as she enjoyed the afternoon.
Fischer recently flaunted her baby bump in a blue bikini top on her 40th birthday, taking to Twitter to share the fun photo with her fans.
"Thanks for all the sweet birthday messages," the soon-to-be mother of two wrote. "I think I found a good place to celebrate!"
The actress, who is already a mom to her 2-year-old son Weston with hubby Lee Kirk, also recently told E! News that she is "very close" to giving birth yet she still has lots to do before the little one arrives.
"The nursery is not done and there's no name picked out and I'm close!" Fischer told E! News earlier this month at Jennifer Love Hewitt's A Pea in the Pod maternity line launch party. "I've been nesting like crazy but I've been doing things that are sort of zany, like I became obsessed with cleaning my basement. You'd think I'm putting the baby down there. I'm not! But it's very clean and organized."
Fischer added, "I have all the baby supplies I just don't have nursery décor or name picked out yet."
As for the baby's gender, Lee Kirk's missus admitted, "We know the sex. We can at least eliminate some names. There's a lot of unisex names now though, so we have to consider all those."
The expectant beauty also said she's been says she's been "less anxious" during her second pregnancy and her cravings have been extremely healthy.
"I've been craving a lot of fruit and salads," she dished. "Salads with tangy dressing though, like a Caesar salad. It's more things that I don't want to eat. I don't want to eat fries: no fries or fried things or burgers, anything like that. More light things. I'm actually really grateful because I don't have the best impulse control as evidenced by how I just let myself go with every craving in my first pregnancy. This time around it's been easier to eat healthy because it's just what I feel like. I'm grateful for that."