Léa Seydoux is expecting!
The 31-year-old French actress showed off her burgeoning baby bump while posing for photos at the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada on Sept. 11, 2016. Léa's new baby bump was visible underneath her chic black and blue dress.
The baby will be the former Bond girl's first child. Léa, who played doctor Madeleine Swann in 2015's "Spectre" opposite Daniel Craig is currently in Toronto to attend the premiere of her latest flick "It's Only the End of the World" in which she stars alongside Marion Cotillard and Vincent Cassel.
The 31-year-old actress has kept a relatively low profile when it comes to her personal life, and rarely speaks about her relationships. She has been tied romantically to boyfriend Andre Meyer for the last two years.
She opened up about her romance with Andre back in 2014, when she told ES magazine, "He's not an actor, he's not famous at all. He writes sometimes. He's good at philosophy. We met some time ago but neither of us was free. He has a very... pure heart."
Despite keeping mum about her beau in the press, Léa has never been shy about showing public displays of affection with Andre in public. The couple have been snapped kissing and being affection by paparazzi over the last two years many times, often in her native city, Paris, France.
In that same interview in which Léa gave insight into Andre's personality, she also shared her thoughts on marriage. The French beauty admitted that Andre might have had something to do with a new outlook she has on the topic.
"I never believed in marriage, but now I'm in love, I think maybe," the actress told ES magazine, shedding light on how her relationship with Andre had changed her view. "We still need to believe in things - we need discipline. I don't believe in the religious side, but as a civil act - yes. But I don't really care about marriage."
The verdict's still out on whether or not the addition of a little one has persuaded her to tie the knot.