Expectant star Olivia Wilde slams subway riders for not giving up their seat

Olivia Wilde has taken to social media to express her displeasure over not being offered a seat on a busy New York subway. After returning home, the actress, who is expecting her second child with fiancé Jason Sudeikis, posted a note to all of the "able bodied" passengers who were on her train.

"Able-bodied riders who won't give your seat to a GIANT preggo. I'll just stand riiiiight next to your head and pray I go into labor," wrote the actress on Twitter. The public outcry was met with some negative comments from followers but the majority of Olivia's fans supported her statement. Even John Legend couldn't help but chime in on the discussion, simply tweeting "deplorable."

Matching baby bumps. ✌️

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The Vinyl star confirmed her second pregnancy in April with a little help from her two-year-old son Otis. The actress posted an adorable picture on Instagram showing her son grabbing his "matching baby bump."

Olivia attended the premiere of Colossal at TIFF.

Olivia was in Toronto last week to support Jason at the premiere of his new film Colossal during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The 32-year-old looked stunning in a navy floor-length gown by Canadian design duo Greta Constantine.

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