Megan Fox let her belly speak for itself on the red carpet for CinemaCon, held on Monday, April 11 in Las Vegas.
E! News reports the actress, 29, is expecting her third child - nines months after she filed for divorce from Brian Austin Green.
It appears she was ready to let the world know by stepping into a form-fitting Versace dress at the CinemaCon event on Monday.
Although Megan's rep had no comment on the state of her client's uterus, or any comment on who the father is for that matter, a slight bump is clearly visible under the gorgeous actress's dress and she made no effort to cover it up.
Megan and her "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" co-star Will Arnett attended CinemaCon, a gathering of movie theater owners from around the world, in promotion of the film franchise's upcoming next installment.
Back in August 2015, Megan filed for divorce from estranged husband Brian Austin Green after five years of marriage. The "Beverly Hills 90210" star responded to Megan's filing with a request for spousal support in September. Their divorce is reportedly still pending.
The couple has two children together, sons Noah Green and Bodhi Green. And that may be why they have remained on friendly terms since the split. In fact, they have been spotted on several family outings since separating, and they were recently photographed enjoying lunch without their children at the Sweet Butter Café in Studio City, California.
Months before filing for divorce, Megan spoke to Men"s Health magazine about her relationship. "You can't live in a fantasyland and think that everything's going to be perfect all the time," she said. You will go through phases where you're just not getting along. You're not communicating well. That's going to happen, and it's going to feel impossible to you sometimes. It might not even make sense to you sometimes. Arguments are normal," she added.
"Brian is my soul mate," she said at the time. "I happen to believe that. He's definitely meant to be the father of my children. That makes it easier for me to work through things, because I always see the spiritual side of things. I look at the end game."