Wednesday 5 October 2022 11:07 PM Jessica Brown Findlay flaunts her growing baby bump as she steps out with her ... trends now
Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay is preparing for her biggest role to date - as a real-life mother.
And the pregnant actress, 33, known for playing Lady Sybil Crawley in ITV's hit period drama, was seen heading to a cafe in East London with her husband, Harlots actor Ziggy Heath, on Wednesday.
The couple, who married in a private ceremony in September 2020, co-ordinated their outfits, both opting to wear matching open-toe sandals.
Expecting: Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay was seen heading to a cafe in East London with her husband, Harlots actor Ziggy Heath
Jessica flaunted her blossoming baby bump in a denim collared mini dress with puffed sleeves, which she styled with a black and white patterned vest.
She styled her brunette locks loosely in natural waves and shielded her eyes with a pair of oval sunglasses for the outing.
Her husband Ziggy kept it casual in black Adidas tracksuit bottoms and a grey T-shirt, worn underneath a burnt orange shirt.
He framed his face with a pair of square glasses and styled his dark locks in a slicked-back style.
Stylish: Jessica flaunted her blossoming baby bump in a denim collared mini dress with puffed sleeves, which she styled with a black and white patterned vest
Jessica kept her pregnancy under wraps until she unveiled her bump at the closing ceremony of Venice Film Festival in September.
Earlier this year, on International Women's Day, she revealed she had undergone four rounds of IVF treatment in the hopes of having her first child.
In the post, Jessica shared a sped-up video of her injecting the hormones into her stomach, which typically increases the number of eggs produced by the ovaries.
The star shared an impassioned caption reminding her followers that 'their bodies are not the enemy,' while also revealing she's on her fourth round of IVF treatment.
Congratulations! Jessica kept her pregnancy under wraps until she unveiled her bump at the closing ceremony of Venice Film Festival in September
Stunning: The actress, who played Lady Sybil in the period drama, cradled her blossoming baby bump as she attended the closing ceremony of Venice International Film Festival
She wrote: 'Happy International