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Jenna Fischer decided to spend her birthday in the best way possible this year—by flaunting her baby bump in a beautiful setting!

The 40-year-old former star of The Office shared a photo of her pregnant belly in honor of her milestone birthday today, thanking her fans for their well wishes and kind words.

"Thanks for all the sweet birthday messages," the soon-to-be mother of two wrote. "I think I found a good place to celebrate!"

In the precious pic, Fischer shows off her burgeoning belly with the beautiful beach and cool blue ocean as the back drop. Wearing a teal bikini top and cropped white pants, she strikes a pose with her hands placed on her hips and her legs in a slight lunge position, gazing up at the sky while sporting a pair of shades on her pretty face.

The actress, who is already a mom to her 2-year-old son Weston with hubby Lee Kirk, was spotted flashing her baby bump for the first time last week since the news of her pregnancy was announced.

And while her blue and white striped shirt did little to conceal her belly as she ran around L.A., this is the first time she's put her bump on full display.

In January 2013, when Weston was 1, Fischer told People that she was loving motherhood, although she didn't expect to be so fond of the sleepless nights.

"When I went into it I thought, 'OK, I bet it's going to be really great 70 percent of the time, and then 30 percent of the time, you just have to get through it,'" she recalled. "And I was like, 'I can do that, I can do that.' I love it 100 percent of the time, I honestly do."

"I had really underestimated what I was capable of because, before I had him, I thought I needed things that I didn't really need," Fischer continued. "I want nine hours of sleep, but it turns out I don't need it! I'm not cranky during the day because...the excitement of being with him and watching him learn and watching him grow and being a facilitator of those things is so joyful."

Looks like she's equally as thrilled over her second pregnancy!

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