Baby on board! Kerry Washington is pregnant and expecting a child with husband Nnamdi Asomugha, according to Us Weekly.
It will be the second child for the couple.
Rumors of a pregnancy had been circling around Hollywood for the past week after she walked the red carpet at the United Way of Greater Los Angeles Women's Summit on April 25 and showed signs of baby bump.
Her bump was also on display at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, D.C., over the weekend.
The notoriously private actress and her husband, a former NFL star, welcomed their first child, daughter Isabelle Amarachi Asomugha, in April 2014. A year prior, they secretly tied the knot in Hailey, Idaho.
Although she is very private, Kerry isn't shy about gushing about her 2-year-old daughter.
"I'm really blessed because my daughter gets to be at work with me a lot so that's really fun and wonderful. Everybody at work really likes it," she told Entertainment Tonight last week. "She brings a lot of joy wherever she is so it's fun to have her around."
The "Scandal" actress doesn't let Isabelle come to the set every day though.
"I'm pretty picky about when she's allowed on set," she said. "I go back to the trailer when I can. Sometimes she comes to visit on set but certain scenes, as you might be able to imagine, she is not allowed."
As for how motherhood has changed the actress, Kerry gushed, "The thing that has changed the most about me since I became a mom is that my heart keeps getting bigger and bigger."
Another thing that's changed about Kerry is her body. In fact, after giving birth in 2014 she said she didn't want her pre-baby body back.
"A few weeks ago, my manager asked: 'Do you feel like you're back? I feel like you're back.' She meant it as a total compliment, but we had this great conversation where I was like, 'You know what? I try really hard not to use that language, because it's not about going backward in life,'" Kerry explains.
"I've been really focused on not being 'back' to anything, but being the best version of myself right now," she adds. "My body is the site of a miracle now. I don't want to be pre-miracle."