Olivia Wilde is one super mom!

The actress and soon-to-be mother of two recently shared a photo of her growing baby bump on Instagram and Twitter that, while displaying her usual radiance, also served a very particular purpose!

In the photo, the 32-year-old Vinyl actress is positively glowing in a coral bikini and summery sun hat. But more importantly, she added the #bumpday hashtag to her caption to raise awareness about maternal health care worldwide and to promote a congressional act that could help women have healthier pregnancies and more affordable care for their children.

Wilde captioned the pic, "Join me today on #BumpDay to ask Congress to pass the #ReachAct so all moms have healthy pregnancies." She also tagged the nonprofit Save the Children and finished the post with a playful "#bumpbumpbumpitupppp" hashtag.

Wilde has supported Save the Children in the past, and used her latest post to specifically endorse the organization's petition to urge Congress to act on legislation called the Reach Every Mother and Child Act. According to the nonprofit, the act would help provide better maternal, newborn and child health care to women and children in need.  

We knew Wilde was active in humanitarian causes after she visited Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, and this is just further confirmation that the actress has a heart of gold.

Matching baby bumps. ??

A photo posted by Olivia Wilde (@oliviawilde) on

This isn't the first time Wilde has bared her baby bump on social media, either. She recently posed with her 2-year-old son, Otis Sudeikis, joking that they had matching bellies.

Meanwhile, this mama clearly cares about women worldwide and wants us to take action, too. You go, girl!

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