Pregnant Yvonne Strahovski Spills on Baby's Gender at 'The Tomorrow War' Premiere

When breaking the happy news that she is expecting her second child with husband Tim Lode, the star of 'The Handmaid's Tale' reveals that she is 'about halfway there.'

AceShowbiz - Yvonne Strahovski is about to be a second-time mother. The "Chuck" actress debuted her baby bump when hitting the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of "The Tomorrow War", and spilled on the gender of her unborn baby.

Speaking of her second pregnancy, Yvonne informed Entertainment Tonight that she's "about halfway there." The Serena Joy Waterford of "The Handmaid's Tale" opened up, "I'm having a boy! You heard it first!"

For the special occasion, the 38-year-old actress looked stunning in a sleek long-sleeved white dress which showed off her growing baby bump. She paired her gown with simple matching color ankle strap heels.

Yvonne has became a mother to a baby boy named William in October 2018. The wife of Tim Lode went public with her first pregnancy back in May that same year. "I am very excited to finally be able to share my special news -- I'm going to be a Mama!" she wrote in her announcement post. "So very exciting to watch & feel this little Peanut growing every day!"

After giving birth to William, the former "Dexter" star shared a sweet black-and-white photo that saw her looking adoringly at her newborn. Along with it, she wrote, "My heart has melted into a billion pieces a thousand times already."

"We have been blessed with the greatest joy of our lives, our baby boy. Welcome to the world Peanut, your parents love you beyond measure and you are already my little dream boat," she continued gushing. "My heart has been stolen!"

Yvonne was in her second trimester with her first child when filming "The Tomorrow War". In a previous interview, she opened up about her experience filming in her condition. "I remember stepping out on the ice skating rink just as we were talking through the scene and five people immediately surrounded me, paranoid I was going to slip and fall," she recalled with a laugh. "But people were very protective, which was lovely."

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