Bradley Cooper, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski


Call it Two Shirtless Guys, a Girl and a Baby Bump.

Shirtless Bradley Cooper joined expectant couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt on the beach on beautiful Oahu yesterday—and though the guys have been in Hawaii for at least a month and Blunt joined them two weeks ago, no one looked tired of island living just yet.

In addition to this being perhaps the first time you've seen Krasinski's entire naked torso in a photo (think about haven't before, right?), E! News has also obtained exclusive first-look pics of the radiant Blunt in a bikini that show off her bigger-than-ever bump. (For the reveal, tune into E! News tonight!)

John Krasinski


A source exclusively tells E! News that Krasinski and Cooper, who costar in Cameron Crowe's as-yet-untitled latest romantic drama, went kayaking in the ocean on Monday—an outdoor sport that perhaps Krasinski was new at, because Cooper and Blunt had no qualms about poking a little fun at him and snapping pictures when he appeared to struggle.

All told, the friendly trio spent about two hours on the beach, laughing and documenting their day with solo and group selfies before returning to a private residence right on the water.

Krasinski and Blunt, who confirmed in September that she was pregnant with their first child, also broke away for a walk down the beach, just the two of them. We're told that they were very affectionate with each other, holding hands and looking very much in love.

Bradley Cooper


As for how pregnancy is really treating Blunt, who looked beautiful in a flowing green dress before peeling it off to reveal her bikini bod, tune into E! News tonight at 7 p.m. & 11:30 p.m. for exclusive baby bump photos!

We've also got more details about the trio's lovely day in paradise—and we'll tell you why this wasn't a double date!

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