Olivia Wilde puts baby bump front and centre while cooking in a bikini

Olivia Wilde is having an egg-ceptional second pregnancy! The star gave fans a welcome glimpse of her Sunday morning routine on Instagram this weekend in a post showing the 32-year-old in a bikini preparing eggs. She captioned the snapshot with a little chick emoji.

Bare-faced Olivia looks radiant in the photo – but it's her baby bump that takes centre stage. The actress announced her second pregnancy with fiancé Jason Sudeikis back in April, and she did it in the sweetest possible way. "Matching baby bumps," she captioned a photo of herself with the couple's two-year-old son Otis, showing them sat side by side on a bed, holding their tummies and smiling.

TAP TO VIEW GALLERYOlivia Wilde cracking eggs on Instagram showing off her baby bump Olivia Wilde bared her growing baby bump in a new Instagram image on Sunday

"I'm desperate for more kids!" Olivia told Peoplethat same month. "I love my siblings so much and Jason has incredible siblings too. The more the merrier."

She said soon-to-be big brother Otis was also ready to welcome the new arrival. "He loves little babies," the star revealed. "He has a Michael Jordan doll that he carries around sometimes. [He uses the doll] as either a hammer or a baby!"

Olivia recently opened up about her second pregnancy in an interview with Yahoo Beauty, and said she has been trying to "stay limber and relax".

Olivia Wilde sitting cross legged beside her son Otis both holding their bellies on Instagram The star announced her second pregnancy back in April

"I'm pretty active just running after my son and hanging out with him," she said. "I try also as a pregnant person to stay limber and relax. Honestly, I've been pretty lazy this time around. You have to be forgiving of yourself and realise you are doing something and working hard building a little human."

Olivia also spoke about parenting toddler Otis, who she said is "already a little feminist".

"I want to promote the idea that the definition of feminism is equality, and it's something that's not difficult to teach children because they are born with that sensibility," she explained. "They are only taught to separate people and value them differently once they get older. Luckily, I'm just embracing the perspective he was born with."

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