Oh, baby! The due-any-minute-now Olivia Wilde (a fabulously pregnant and engaged celebrity that we just can't get enough of) is dishing some adorable details on her pregnancy and engagement to funnyman Jason Sudeikis in Lucky's May issue.
We predicted that Wilde would be a blushing, pregnant bride like Ginnifer Goodwin when she first announced her pregnancy in October, but the actress reveals she has her own timeline. "It's certainly not something I feel pressured to do before we have the baby," she tells Lucky of marriage. "I'm such a believer in marriage and I think of him as my husband anyway."
Whenever they do tie the knot, Wilde will have to find a wedding band that complements her stunning and unique engagement ring. And if we thought it was gorgeous before, the story behind the gem makes it even more special.
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"All they know is that it went through Paris around 1921," she says of the vintage rock. "I love imagining the story of this ring. Who had it? It's a bit of an aqua emerald, not a deep dark green. Jason said it reminded him of my eyes, which is very sweet."
So Sudeikis is both romantic and hilarious? Wilde is one lucky lady (pun intended).
Though the cover was shot before her baby bump was visible, Wilde gushed about being pregnant. "I just thought, Oh I'm going to hide this forever," she says of her belly. "But I ended up getting kind of excited to show the bump, as a badge of pride. Like, I'm a woman! Look at me making a human! I am a goddess!"
Wilde, who is due May 4, is obviously thrilled about how her love and life is coming together. "Pregnancy does shed away all of the bullshit. It gives you more empathy because you look at everyone and you think, You were a baby!" she says, adding that she also feels closer to fellow mothers. "Pregnancy brings you into this sort of commune—you feel connected to women in a way that you never have."
And as for her future baby boy, Wilde is enjoying her private (for now) relationship with him: "He's moving around in there and no one else can tell — it's a little secret friendship."