michelle williams is pregnant, and judging by her appearance while attending the To show up premiering at the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Friday May 27, she may not be long in welcoming her new bundle of joy. Michelle, 41, arrived at the red carpet event in a glamorous black and white floral print dress that draped her pregnant figure beautifully. Michelle wore her signature blonde hair shirt and accessorized with a silver necklace. She paired the look with comfy shoes that peeked out from under the hem of the dress.
This is the first time Michelle has attended a public event since announcing her second pregnancy with husband, Thomas Kaill44. “It’s totally joyful,” she said Variety, revealing that the baby is due in the fall. Michelle and Thomas welcomed their son, Stagin June 2020. Michelle is also the mother of Mathilde Ledgerthe 16 year old girl of fire health book.
“Over the years you kind of wonder what they might or might not have in store for you. It’s exciting to find out that something you want over and over again is available once again,” Michelle said while discussing her third pregnancy with Variety. “This good fortune is not lost on me or my family.”
Michelle also reflected on the experience of giving birth and raising a child during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Hart allowed Michelle to focus on something other than the daily flurry of bad news. “It was a reminder that life goes on,” she said. “The world we brought a baby into is not the world we thought we were bringing a baby into, but the baby is unaware of it. He experiences the unadulterated joy of discovery and the happiness of a loving home.
Hart’s birth also revitalized Michelle’s zeal for her work. “There is nothing that commits you to a better world than raising a great child,” she added. “It’s the ultimate creative act.” Fans can witness this creativity in To show upMichelle’s fourth film with the director Kelly Reichard. The two previously worked on Meeks Cutoff, some women, and Wendy and Lucia. This latest collaboration focuses on “a sculptress struggling with distractions as she works to put together a major art exhibition”, which aims to show “the joys and frustrations of the creative process”.