Halle Berry baby bump: Berry calls her coming child a ‘miracle’

SLIDESHOW - Halle Berry's baby bump has 'popped' over the weekend, various news outlets are reporting....

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Halle Berry’s baby bump has officially “popped” according to various outlets. Over the weekend she made quite a splash at numerous appearances with her growing tummy.

On Saturday, the movie star co-hosted the 20th Annual Entertainment Industry Foundation/Revlon Run/Walk in support of women’s cancers, and took the occasion to discuss being pregnant with her second little one.

“I’m thinking that this is a miracle,” Berry told reporters at the event, sharing her feelings about becoming pregnant at 46. In April, the Revlon spokeswoman announced that she and her fiancé, fellow actor Olivier Martinez, are expecting their first child together. Berry also has a five-year-old daughter, Nahla Ariela Aubry, by her previous significant other.

“I feel really happy. It’s one of the best things that happened in my life, for sure,” Berry also said at the walk.

Her baby bump looked adorable under a simple t-shirt and athletic jacket — and more prominent than ever.

The day before, in response to photos of the superstar strolling in a baseball cap on May 10, bump on full display, The Huffington Post announced: “It’s official — Halle Berry’s baby bump is making its big debut.”

She and Olivier also went to lunch with Nahla in West Hollywood on Mother’s Day, where Berry was seen in a maxi-length halter dress that draped gracefully over her growing belly.

About Mother’s Day, the Cloud Atlas leading lady told People magazine, “What I love about Mother’s Day is Mom doesn’t have to plan it.”

She revealed that it’s a rare time that she can let go, and let her loved ones take the proverbial wheel. “My family gets together and they get to plan the day for me, and I love that. I’m the planner and I’m the one that organizes, and on Mother’s Day I get to just be taken care of.”

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