Sarah Snook is expecting her first child with husband Dave Lawson.
The “Succession” star revealed the exciting news as she walked the red carpet at the Season 4 premiere of the hit HBO Max series Monday.
Snook, 35, proudly displayed her baby bump in a form-fitting black jumpsuit, which she paired with a silver, floor-length cover-up and matching diamond necklace.
Meanwhile, Lawson, who accompanied his wife of two years to the premiere, opted for a simple black suit and white button-up.
“It’s exciting!” the actress told Entertainment Tonight about her new role as a mother. “I feel great.”
Snook — who plays Shiv Roy on the Emmy-winning series — also admitted she was pregnant while filming its final season, but assured fans it wasn’t a distraction from all the action.
“I mean, you couldn’t super tell,” she said with a laugh, noting that her growing belly wasn’t “super big” at the time of filming.
In fact, the actress is already 32 weeks pregnant and says she won’t have to wait “too much longer” to meet her bundle of joy.
The Golden Globe winner and Lawson, 44, were friends for years before their relationship moved out of the friendzone in 2020.
“We’ve been friends since 2014, lived together, traveled together, always excited to see each other, but totally platonic,” Snook told Vogue Australia in October 2021.
However, the pair “fell in love” while quarantining together during the COVID-19 lockdown, leading Snook to pop the question just a few months into their romance.
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In February 2021, the pair tied the knot during an intimate ceremony in the backyard of Snook’s Brooklyn home.
While this will be the actress’ first child, Lawson has one son from a previous marriage.
Although little is known about Lawson’s son, the comedian said becoming a dad was the best thing to ever happen to him.
“I can’t have regrets because I wouldn’t have [my son]. It’s that problem, if you go back in time and change one thing,” he revealed on the “Funny in Failure” podcast last year.
“A lot of it comes back to being a dad. If I change one thing … I wouldn’t want to risk undoing that.”
The final season of Succession premieres on HBO on March 26.