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Just a month after she revealed she was pregnant with her second child with husband Mario "Souleye" Treadway, Alanis Morisette took some time to relax in Maui, Hawaii.

The singer and her husband were joined on the trip by her friend Woody Harrelson.

Alanis and her growing baby bump were spotted on a boat ride on March 2, 2016 where she, Woody and other families enjoyed a day of boating and snorkeling.

The 41-year-old didn't show off too much skin, but rather went into the water in a grey minidress over her bathing suit. Earlier in the day she was spotted in a pink v-neck t-shirt and sunglasses. Her short bob haircut showed off enviable beach waves.

Woody, who has a home on Maui's north shore with his wife and kids, showed off his fit body in just swim trunks while on the boat. The 54-year-old father of three girls also made quit the splash when he did an impressive backflip into the ocean.

According to social media, snorkeling and aquatic acrobats weren't the only activities for the famous crew. Alanis took to Instagram later that day to show some snaps from a whale-watching expedition.

"Epic-est whale watching.... jaw-droppingly stunning. one longer than the boat swam underneath us... whimsy preciousness. #speechless #heartbeatingsoquickly #mauiblessed" the pregnant mom captioned this compilation of four photos of whales breaching the surface of the sea.

The "Ironic" singer married rapper "Souleye" on May 22, 2010. They welcomed their first child, Ever Imre, on Dec. 25 of that year. On Feb. 12, 2016, Alanis posted a super sweet video on her social media accounts and website to announce she was expecting again.

The animated music video, titled "Souleye + Ever + me + love = sweetness," gives a timeline of the singer and her husband's love story from their marriage to the birth of their son and finally ends with the three of them looking at an ultrasound.

"The story of my nuclear family in moving pictures, brings us up to this sweet moment," she captioned the video.

On her website, Alanis revealed that the song that the song was "written, recorded and produced in 6 hours on May 22, 2010 with Guy Sigsworth, on the sly, to surprise Souleye."

She added, "May this song take on ever-deepening meaning as each year goes by."