Olivia Wilde reveals due date of first child on Golden Globes red carpet

January 14, 2014 by

Olivia Wilde reveals due date of first child on Golden Globes red carpet

Actress Olivia Wilde and actor Jason Sudeikis are expecting their first child, a boy, sometime around May 4. She spilled the beans on the red carpet of the Golden Globes, where she finally got to show off her baby bump in a sexy maternity dress.

The floor-length, dark green glitter dress by Gucci featured long sleeves and a plunging back, which revealed just the right amount of skin. It was also very formfitting, as Wilde was excited to show off her pregnancy figure.

"It's great – I've never had boobs before!" the 29-year-old joked to E!'s Ryan Seacrest when he complimented her outfit. She completed the ensemble with an Emm Kuo clutch, soft wavy hair and a vintage-style Forevermark ring, which she jokingly tweeted about before the event.

"FYI @forevermark if this ring mysteriously goes missing it most definitely was me," she wrote on her Twitter account.

As for the due date, Wilde told Seacrest that she remembered the specific date by using the phrase "May the fourth be with you," showing off her relatable nerdy side to her fans.


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 Olivia Wilde reveals due date of first child on Golden Globes red carpet


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