Felicity Jones PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Actress is seen for the first time since she announced her pregnancy when she arrived at Gatwick Airport
Felicity Jones has been seen for the first time since she announced she was pregnant when she arrived in London on Thursday.
The actress, 36, protected her growing baby bump under a cozy black trench coat when she arrived at Gatwick Airport, more than two months after confirming that she was expecting her first child with husband Charles Guard.
Felicity first confirmed her pregnancy news after debuting her baby bump at the Aeronauts premiere in New York City in December, 17 months after she made the connection with her director.
Glowing: Felicity Jones, 36, was first seen since she announced she was pregnant when she landed at London Gatwick Airport on Thursday
Felicity carved a stylish figure in a cozy black trench coat while she smiled during her airport walk.
The star chose a comfortable sweater and leggings that flashed a glimpse of her growing bump and wore her necessities in a black leather shoulder bag.
Felicity pulled her dark brown locks behind a knotted headband and looked glowing as she strolled through the airport after leaving for the UK.
Impeccable: the actress cut a casual figure in a cozy black trench coat that protected her thriving baby bump as she wandered through the terminal
Felicity’s representative first confirmed that she expected that The Hollywood Reporter, after she debuted her bump at The Aeronauts premiere.
The Theory Of Everything star dated two years with Charles before presenting in May 2017. They made the decision in July 2018.
Felicity and Charles are very private about their relationship and life together, but she did open up about her view of love in an interview with 2014 The Telegraph.
“I’m absolutely romantic and I love romantic stories – that’s why I keep making romantic movies,” Jones said.
“It’s funny how seeing a love story never gets boring, because it’s the dream, isn’t it? It is a dream to have a real bond with another person, “she said in the interview, which took place when she was single.
Before meeting her husband, who is best known for directing the 2009 The Unknown thriller, Jones went out with sculptor Ed Fornieles for 10 years after they met at the Ruskin School of Art.
Felicity told us in 2016 Harper’s Bazaar she was worried about the influence of children on her career.
“Fortunately, I feel that we are in a new era in which it empowers rather than limits on having children,” she said.
“From what I can see from friends and relatives, women are becoming stronger and more decisive to have children, not wasting their time doing things they don’t want.”