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Huge congratulations are in order for America Ferrera who just announced her second pregnancy. The actress revealed her major news on Instagram with the help of her adorable family.

The doting mum posed with her husband Ryan Piers Williams and their sweet son Sebastian. The soon-to-be mum-of-two is cradling her baby bump in the snap, but what makes it even cuter is the fact that little Sebastian is holding onto his mum’s tummy too.


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The mum captioned the image: “Welcoming Baby #2 in 2020! Happy New Year from our wild & growing bunch.”

Friends of the Ugly Betty star were quick to gush about her wonderful news.

Reese Witherspoon said, “Congratulations! This is the most exciting news.”

“You are the sweetest family. All love to you all in this New Year,” said Judith Light.

Karrie Martin added, “Oh my gosh!!! This is so special and exciting!! @americaferrera Sending you and your family all the love and blessings during this beautiful time.”


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America and Ryan welcomed their first child, a boy named Sebastian, in May 2018.

There's no doubt he cannot wait to meet his little brother or sister in the coming months.


America Ferrera has taken to Instagram to share with fans that she is expecting. 

This will bve the Ugly Betty actress' first child. 

The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants star used the New Year celebrations to make her announcement. 


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Uploading a picture of herself and her husband Ryan Piers Williams.

America can be seen holding up a tiny grey baby grow in the picture, which carries the phrase:

'Más Besos por favor' -more kisses, please. 


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America captioned the post: 'We’re welcoming one more face to kiss in 2018.'

Her husband uploaded the same snap to his own Instagram. 

Wishing them the best of luck with their new arrival. 


'Me too' – They're just two simple words, but they currently carry a tremendous amount of weight on social media.

Used to highlight the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in contemporary society, the hashtag has swept Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in the last 36 hours, and there's no denying the magnitude of the campaign.

Taking to Instagram earlier today, Ugly Betty star, America Ferrera, contributed to the conversation, and provided her fans and followers with a harrowing account as to why the hashtag affects her.


33 so sassy

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"First time I remember being sexually assaulted I was 9-years-old, " she wrote in a post which has amassed more than 36,000 likes so far.

Recalling the anxiety she felt at the time,  the 33-year-old actress continued: "I told no one and lived with the shame and guilt thinking all along that I, a nine-year-old child, was somehow responsible for the actions of a grown man."



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The actress, who joins a number of other stars coming forward with their own stories of assault, remembers the horror of having to regularly face the individual who violated her.

“I had to see this man on a daily basis for years to come,” she continued. “He would smile at me and wave, and I would hurry past him, my blood running cold, my guts carrying the burden of what only he and I knew – that he expected me to shut my mouth and smile back.”

America pushed for her followers' support of the hashtag, writing: "Ladies, let’s break the silence to the next generation of girls won’t have to live with this bulls**t.”

The actress has been inundated with messages of support from the public, with many offering their own experiences alongside the hashtag.

 "I wish that I knew that it wasn’t normal at a younger age. It sucks to keep all that bottled inside. As a child you blame yourself not knowing that the adult is the one who is in control," wrote one follower.

Actress, Alyssa Milano, created the #MeToo platform for victims to come forward in a show of solidarity.