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Anne Hathaway

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Anne Hathaway has made a welcome return to the red carpet.

The stylish actress, 33, made her first official appearance since E! News exclusively revealed in November that she is expecting her first child with husband Adam Shulman, 34, later this year. Though she's often photographed by the paparazzi, Hathaway has eschewed Hollywood events as she gears up for the arrival of her firstborn. She and Shulman made an exception Wednesday by co-hosting the L.A. Art Show and Los Angeles Fine Art Show's 2016 opening night premiere party, benefitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Dave Annable, Odette Annable, Zach Braff, Holly Marie Combs, Shannen Doherty and Natasha Henstridge also attended the event.

Hathaway—who most recently starred opposite Robert De Niro in The Intern—dressed her growing baby bump in a black and white Marc Jacobs mini dress. She added a bit of sparkle with John Hardy jewelry, including the label's Legends Macan silver lava stud earrings with black sapphire and the Legends Macan silver lava ring with black sapphire, black spinel and Swiss blue topaz eyes. Hathaway topped off her sweet look with Miu Miu heels and a Nathalie Trad clutch. Shulman, meanwhile, looked sharp in a cobalt blue suit, a white shirt and a burgundy necktie.

Impending motherhood isn't the only reason Hathaway glowed during the star-studded soirée. The day prior, the Oscar winner told her Instagram followers that she has "been on a wellness kick" as her spring due date nears. In fact, as a source recently told E! News, she has kept "healthy and active" during her pregnancy. "She is taking it easy, though, as much as she can."

Life at home with Shulman is just as easy. As one might expect, Hathaway's pregnancy has only strengthened her marriage. "Adam has been really helpful and is so excited on the baby," the source said of the couple, who wed in 2012 after four years of dating. "Adam and Anne are doing great as a couple and this whole baby process is a bonding experience for them both."