Downton Abbey’s Jessica Brown Findlay confirms pregnancy at Venice Film Festival

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Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay has revealed her pregnancy while oozing glamour at the Venice Film Festival.

Proudly displaying her blossoming baby bump, the Lady Sybil Crawley actress looked incredible as she beamed on the red carpet.

The 32-year-old TV star surprised fans when she could be seen cradling her baby bump at the closing ceremony of the iconic event in Venice.

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Jessica, who will turn 33 on September 14, is expecting a bundle of joy with her husband Ziggy Heath after undergoing four rounds of IVF treatment.

Looking incredible at the event, Jessica donned an elaborate black gown covered in sparkly embellishments.

With her hair down and in a poker straight style, Jessica sported a red lip and a glitzy necklace as she posed for the paparazzi, revealing her joyous news in the shape of a baby bump.

On March 8, earlier this year, Jessica opened up about her fertility journey on Instagram.

"Happy International Women’s day," she started, adding: "We do hard things and then go dancing."

Getting candid in the caption, the beautiful actress penned: "IVF has made me even more aware of just how much women are capable of and what we can achieve whilst going through pain and heart break.

"Your body is not the enemy. Love it. No matter what.

"Sending love and support to every woman I have ever met and all the ones I haven’t but know what this is.

"I thoroughly recommend doing it all in Vintage Clothing. Love. Love. Love."

Hundreds of fans flocked to the comments section where they praised the gorgeous actress for her candour and wished her the best of luck for the future.

"Love you… I'm an IVF warrior after 10 years of waiting. Transfer in May. Sending you and your partner all the luck and love in the world," penned one.

Another then said: "Thank you for sharing this. It’s far too easy to feel alone and that your body is failing you. Sending you all the well wishes."

While a third added: "Truly amazing!!! Praying for your growing family!"

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