AceShowbiz - Suki Waterhouse is getting bold with her fashion choice amid rumors that she is expecting her first child with Robert Pattinson. The model does not shy away from showing off her apparent baby bump during recent outings, with or without her boyfriend.
On Friday, November 10, the British actress flashed her growing belly in a black cropped tee during a hike with the "Twilight Saga" actor in Los Angeles. "The Bad Batch" star paired the top with black leggings and kept a low-figure with a baseball cap pulled down towards her face.
Robert, meanwhile, opted for comfort in a dark gray T-shirt and shorts teamed with a hiking vest and Adidas trainers. Like his girlfriend, he also added a black cap and dark sunglasses while carrying bottled water.
The pair looked in good spirits, flashing a smile as they seemingly had a light conversation during their workout session.
One day before, Suki gave a clearer look at her growing belly. Her apparent baby bump was put on display as she wore a cropped white tee and low-rise denim while she was running errands in the tiny town of Los Feliz on Thursday.
The 31-year-old star added a tan jacket and stylish sunglasses as she also wore white sneakers and carried a black leather designer handbag on her shoulder. She also sported a pair of chunky earrings as her accessory while carrying refreshing drink in a plastic cup.
Suki's latest outings come a week after she first sparked pregnancy speculation during an outing with her longtime boyfriend. On November 1, the multihyphenate star flashed what looks like a pregnancy bump in a black Burberry zip-up sweater teamed with tiny gray sweat shorts when she was photographed on a hike with "The Batman" star.
Fueling the speculation, Suki wore baggy clothes during another hike with Robert earlier this week. She seemingly tried to conceal her stomach by wearing an oversized hoodie while stepping out on Tuesday, November 7.
The notoriously private couple has neither confirmed nor denied the pregnancy rumors. They have been dating since mid-2018.