Liv Tyler made an amusing reference to her pregnancy by dressing up as a bun in an oven for Halloween.
The 37-year-old actress, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Dave Gardner, eagerly got into the fancy dress spirit and donned the costume for a party in New York City.
Her sports agent beau Dave, who is close friends with David Beckham, captured the genius outfit with a photo on Instagram.
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Liv Tyler's second pregnancy was confirmed in September
"Halloween School Dance NYC !!! A bun in the oven and a fat ninja....." he captioned the snap.
The news that Liv and Dave are due to welcome their little bundle of joy was announced in September, just a couple of months after the couple went public with their romance.
Liv is already mum to nine-year-old son Milo from her marriage to ex-husband and musician Royston Langdon. Dave, likewise, has a seven-year-old son Grey with his ex-wife actress Davinia Taylor.
Liv Tyler and Dave Gardner went public with their romance in the summer
In recent weeks Liv has been spotted out and about in the Big Apple, keeping her growing baby bump hidden under winter coats and loose-fitting jumpers.
The Lord of the Rings star has made no secret of her desire to expand her brood, as she spoke candidly in a recent interview.
"I'm 100 per cent planning on it," she told the Sunday Telegraph's Seven magazine. "If the stork could just drop it off on my roof, I'd be so happy – I'd have, like, 20."
Liv Tyler revealed she would love to have as many as 20 children if she could
The actress is less certain about tying the knot for a second time, though, explaining that her perception of a fairytale ending has changed over time.
"That's something interesting that happens in your thirties," she said. "You're not in the stage anymore of princes and happily ever after. It's a different stage of acceptance and realisation about the realities of love and relationships. Forever is a long time."
Liv was married to Royston from 2003 until 2009, and they welcomed their son in December 2004.