Emma Stone sets off pregnancy speculation by ‘cradling baby bump on hike’

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Emma Stone is 'pregnant and expecting her first child' with husband Dave McCary, according to reports.

The star was seen cradling what appeared to be a baby bump as she went on a hike in Los Angeles on Sunday.

A source had meanwhile claimed this weekend that the La La Land actress is gearing up to become a mum for the first time.

The 32 year old is expecting, Us Weekly suggest – and that she and her long-term partner are thrilled.

A source told the publication: "She seems very happy and very excited about becoming a mother. She’s constantly oohing and cooing.

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"She looks great, she looks healthy and she’s glowing.

“She’s been keeping up with friends and work lately, she’s always staying active and gets her daily exercise in.”

The Hollywood beauty is yet to address the speculation.

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Emma has been with writer and segment director Dave for nearly four years.

She got engaged on Saturday Night Live in December 2019 in a shock move that wowed fans.

In May last year, rumours that the couple had secretly wed began to circulate when she was seen wearing a gold band during an appearance on Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine series.

The couple reportedly got hitched back in September – but have stayed tight-lipped.

Emma opened up about her desire to have children in 2018.

She said that turning 30 had given her a new perspective on parenthood and it was something she now wanted.

Speaking to Elle, Emma said: "My perspective about kids has changed as I’ve gotten older.

"I never babysat or anything. As a teenager, I was, like, ‘I’m never getting married, I’m never having kids.’ And then I got older and I was, like, ‘I really want to get married, I really want to have kids.’”

She added: "It’s the turning 30 thing where you’re, like, ‘I’m not that young. I’m young, but I’m not that young.’”

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