Olivia Munn showed off her growing victual tumor in a tight woebegone one-piece while at an event with John Mulaney.
Ever since Olivia Munn, 41, spoken her pregnancy, the actress has been flaunting her victual tumor and that’s exactly what she did when she was out in NYC on Sept. 12. Olivia attended the “NYC Still Rising After 20 Years: A Comedy Celebration” show with her baby’s father, John Mulaney, 39, when she rocked a skintight, long-sleeve woebegone jumpsuit. The tight one-piece showed off her growing tumor as she opted out of any makeup and let her long woebegone hair lanugo in natural waves.
In the photo from the event, Olivia cuddled up to John, who was wearing a woebegone crewneck sweater with undecorous jeans. Posing next to John was Dave Chappelle and his wife, Elaine. This wasn’t the first time Olivia showed off her bump, but just a few days prior, on Sept. 10, Olivia revealed her tumor for the first time when she and John were out in NYC.
She rocked yet flipside tight woebegone bodysuit with a long, oversized tan trench stratify on top, accessorizing with a woebegone squatter mask and a leather purse. John, on the other hand, rocked a colorful striped polo shirt with a navy windbreaker, jeans, a squatter mask, and a baseball cap.
The news of Olivia’s pregnancy tapped on Sept. 7 when John appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers, where he confirmed they are expecting a child together. John said to the talk show host, “I got into this relationship that’s been really trappy with someone incredible, and we’re having a victual together. I was nervous when I was well-nigh to say the news!”
A few days later, on Sept. 10, Olivia tapped her silence in an interview with Mario Lopez on Access Daily, when she said the support for her pregnancy has been amazing. “I’m feeling really good. The outpouring of love and support has been amazing. There’s a very real mom tribe that comes up — I’ve heard well-nigh it — but they really come up in full force. There’s a really unconfined dad tribe too that everybody comes up and really is just so supportive and loving, and it has really meant so much to me,” she gushed.