Anna Paquin shows off baby bump

Last updated 12:06 01/06/2012
Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
Getty Images

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: Anna Paquin is already a stepmum to Stephen Moyer's two children.

Relevant offers

Well & Good

Yoga 'more dangerous than previously thought': study Allergies are the dark side of our growing love affair with food Holding hands might just help ease pain Dr Libby: The importance of finding some alone time Corporate burnout: Professional women giving up their jobs to teach yoga Lisa Tamati: My top 'biohacking' tips The America's Cup final - to watch or ignore? Mindful drinking: How to sip less and enjoy it more How can I stop my husband from criticising my diet choices? Italian model Gessica Notaro returns to work after acid attack

Anna Paquin is elated with how she's faring physically now that she's pregnant.

The actress and her husband Stephen Moyer announced in April that they are expecting their first child together.

The couple appear alongside each other in American vampire drama True Blood as lovers Bill Compton and Sookie Stackhouse.

At the Hollywood screening of True Blood's upcoming fifth season this week, Paquin told People magazine how she's getting along a few months into her pregnancy.

"I feel fantastic," she told reporters.

Moyer, who has two children from previous relationships, is excited to father another baby.

"It's always amazing," Moyer told the publication. "I love my kids so much. And the fact that Anna is pregnant just adds more crazy to the bundle of fun."

Moyer, 42, and Paquin, 29, began dating in 2007 after they met on the True Blood set. They got engaged in 2009 and married a year later in a romantic Malibu ceremony.

The stars, who reside in Los Angeles, reportedly bought a house soon after they wed and were keen to ensure the property they chose was suitable as a family home.

Ad Feedback

- Cover Media

Comments

Recipe search

Special offers
Opinion poll

Do you believe eating superfoods makes you healthier?

Yes, I feel so much better when I eat them.

No, it's all a con.

I don't know, I can't afford them.

Vote Result

Related story: (See story)

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content