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Another day, another bikini for pregnant beauty Rachel Bilson!
The 32-year-old expectant star, who is currently enjoying her babymoon in Barbados with beau Hayden Christensen, flaunted her growing belly for the second time this week when she stepped out with her man and a few pals for a little fun in the sun.
Bilson and Christensen, who have been on vacation together since May 22 (lucky ducks!), packed on the PDA after they took part in yet another snokeling adventure.
The two looked relaxed and happy as they soaked up the sunshine together, clearly unafraid to flaunt their love for each other as paps snapped pics of the soon-to-parents.
Bilson proudly showed off her baby bump in a two-piece mismatched swimsuit, which was similar to the bikini she wore on Sunday, except this designed featured a colorful top.
This is the fourth time the mama-to-be has been snapped showing off her belly in a bikini while on vacation with Christensen. The two jetted off to Barbados just days after E! News confirmed that the Hart of Dixie star is expecting her first child with her boyfriend of seven years.
In addition to the duo's PDA-packed outings on the beach, Bilson gave us all a peek into her pregnancy cravings when she was snapped indulging in what appeared to be a fish sandwich from Cuz's Fish Shack in Bridgetown.
While the private couple has yet to comment on the baby news, the actress recently opened up about her desire to have children in the June issue of Health magazine.
"To start a family would be good, any year in the next few years," she divulged to the mag, which featured Bilson showing off her fit frame on the cover. "I've always wanted to be a mom. I have always wanted kids. I can just see this little toddler waddling around the house."
The former O.C. star also gushed that her hunky man is "so incredibly supportive and considerate," proving he's bound to be a doting dad.
Bilson and her 33-year-old beau met on the set of Jumper and began dating in 2007.
The two got engaged in December 2008 but called it off in August 2010, only to reconcile three months later.