The star, 35, stunned onlookers when she stepped out on the red carpet in a long, draped gown that showed off her healthy bump. The baby is her second child with partner Norman Kali, a production assistant she met on the set of "Lost." The couple welcomed son Kahekili in 2011.
Despite keeping the news under wraps until now, Evangeline shared details during an appearance on Monday's "Conan," revealing she's "about seven ...
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The 35-year-old actress - who plays martial artist Hope Van Dyne in the superhero movie - looked chic in a monochrome Halston Heritage floor-length gown as she posed on the star-studded red carpet.
Lilly is expecting her second child with long-term partner Norman Kali, joining their 4-year-old son Kahekili Kali.
Speaking about her desire to adopt earlier this year, she enthused: "What I wanted originally was six kids.
"I frickin' love being pregnant. I'm one of the lucky women who just had a blissful pregnancy, but I wanted to adopt four. My partner and I have really been through the ringer in the adoption world and it's hard, so we'll see what happens.
"Life is magically beautiful, and it brings you what is perfect.
But Lilly is singing a different tune. During her own chat with Chelsea Handler, she says she doesn't even think Bloom was even at the party.
"He's the nicest guy, but I heard he was here telling stories about me that weren't true," Lilly says, via E!. "He changed the story to a ridiculous degree. Because I don't remember him being at the party!"
He also called Lilly's partner Norman Kali her "husband" and said there were dwarves at the party. "I also heard he said I was puking at the party. Total lie. I am a classy dame. I might have run into a wall,
Evangeline Lilly snuggles with her 5-month-old son — dressed for Halloween in a dragon costume! — during a Saturday stroll with beau Norman Kali in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The actress, 32, recently played an elf in The Hobbit, and told Jay Leno it was quite the experience for her baby boy.
“He came to the trailer and I put him to my breast [to nurse] and he screamed his head off, staring up at this strange, pointy-eared, mess of a person that was not his mother,” laughs Lilly.
Related: Evangeline Lilly: I Wanted a Natural Birth
Evangeline Lilly knows how to hold her ground.
The actress opted for a home birth for the delivery of her son last May, and was determined to see it through — despite the unexpected timeline.
“I actually skipped the hospital … We decided to have the baby at home because we wanted it to be a natural birth, and it turns out that it was 30 hours of natural,” the Real Steel star, 32, explained during a Monday appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
“Eight hours of pushing, that’s the part that men don’t understand. Women go,
The former Lost star gave birth to her first child with her boyfriend, production assistant Norman Kali, in May, but the private actress kept the news quiet and has yet to reveal the tot's name.
However, Lilly, who is currently shooting the upcoming Lord of the Rings prequel The Hobbit, has now opened up about life as a first-time mother.
She tells UsMagazine.com, "My son is wonderful. He is amazing. Motherhood is a joy! I have dreamed about being a mother since I was 12 years old and there's nothing disappointing about it. (It's) actually more incredible than you can imagine. I think everything I say about motherhood sounds so cliche, but it's true."
And Lilly, 32, claims she enjoyed the pregnancy so much, she wouldn't hesitate to have another child.
She adds, "If I wasn't working right now, I'd probably be pregnant again!"
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