Daily business must be done. Emma was seen at Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills on Monday, March 1, doing some grocery shopping. You can still see a little part of the baby bump in these pictures, yet Emma looks fabulous!
After giving birth to her baby boy about two months ago Emma is back to work. She was seen out heading to a photoshoot on Friday, February 26, which we hope to share with you pretty soon. It’s a pleasure to see Emma back to work, while still staying near her house to be with her baby.
Over the last few days Emma was seen outside her house. On February 23 she was seen leaving it to get picked up by a driver while on February 24 she was seen gretting a friend, who appearantly brought her some food. Both days she looked fantastic and adorable, especially when greeting her friend in her pj’s.
Candids Appearances > 2021 > February 24 | Emma greets a friend who pays her a visit at her home in Los Angeles
After giving birth to her baby boy in late 2020 Emma looks amazing in some recent candids from February 20, where she was seen out in Los Angeles to visit a friend. She’s hiding her still present baby bump behind a bag, yet you can see Emma looks stunning and beautiful as always.
Emma Roberts has given birth to her first child, a baby boy, with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund. TMZ broke the news, with multiple sources telling the outlet that Roberts gave birth in Los Angeles on Sunday, December 27. E! also confirmed Roberts gave birth.
The baby’s name, according to the TMZ’s sources, is Rhodes. He weighed right around nine pounds at birth, and he and Roberts are “doing great,” per TMZ. Roberts has not confirmed news of her child’s birth yet.
Roberts announced her pregnancy in August, revealing her baby’s gender then too.
In an interview released in November with Cosmopolitan, Roberts spoke about her longtime desire to be a mother and private fertility issues. She said:
Ever since I was little, I wanted to have a baby, in theory. When I was a kid, I begged my mom to have another baby. The day she brought my sister home from the hospital, I remember holding her, wanting to dress and play with her.
At 16, I thought, By the time I’m 24, I’ll be married with kids. And then I was 24 and I was like, Remember when I said I would be married with kids by now? With work, especially with acting—the travel, the hours—it’s not always conducive to settling down in a traditional way.
It really started to come to the forefront of my mind when, a few years ago, I learned that I’ve had undiagnosed endometriosis since I was a teenager. I always had debilitating cramps and periods, so bad that I would miss school and, later, have to cancel meetings. I mentioned this to my doctor, who didn’t look into it and sent me on my way because maybe I was being dramatic? In my late 20s, I just had a feeling I needed to switch to a female doctor. It was the best decision. She ran tests, sent me to a specialist. Finally, there was validation that I wasn’t being dramatic. But by then, it had affected my fertility. I was told, “You should probably freeze your eggs or look into other options.”
I said, “I’m working right now. I don’t have time to freeze my eggs.” To be honest, I was also terrified. Just the thought of going through that and finding out, perhaps, that I wouldn’t be able to have kids….I did freeze my eggs eventually, which was a difficult process.
When I found out about my fertility, I was kind of stunned. It felt so permanent, and oddly, I felt like I had done something wrong. But I started opening up to other women, and all of a sudden, there was a new world of conversation about endometriosis, infertility, miscarriages, fear of having kids. I was so grateful to find out I was not alone in this. I hadn’t done anything “wrong” after all.
It sounds cheesy, but the moment that I stopped thinking about it, we got pregnant. But even then, I didn’t want to get my hopes up. Things can go wrong when you’re pregnant. That’s something you don’t see on Instagram. So I kept it to myself, my family, and my partner, not wanting to make grand plans if it wasn’t going to work out. This pregnancy made me realize that the only plan you can have is that there is no plan.