"A bit of news ... " Jane the Virgin star Bridget Regan wrote to accompany a baby bump snap she shared to social media Friday

By Jen Juneau
November 20, 2017 12:55 PM
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Bridget Regan is gearing up for new motherhood once again!

The actress — who currently stars in the TNT action-drama series The Last Ship and is known for her recurring roles on Agent Carter, Jane the Virgin, White Collar and Grey’s Anatomyis pregnant with her second child, she announced on social media.

“A bit of news … ” Regan, 35, captioned a glam snap of herself cradling her baby bump in a body-hugging, off-the-shoulder black dress.

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Regan and husband Eamon O’Sullivan already share one child: daughter Frankie Jean, whose birth her mom announced on Twitter in December 2010.

And though she has a busy TV career, parenting and a new pregnancy to balance, Regan’s likely got it under control.

“I’m fortunate that I get to do what I love and love what I do, and when I’m not working, I do feel like there’s something missing,” she told Entertainment Tonight in October.

In her conversation with ET, Reganwho plays Rose on Jane the Virgin andMegan Hunt on Grey’s Anatomy, and brought the role of Dottie Underwood to life on Agent Carter before its cancellation opened up about how her approach to her work has grown over the years, specifically after she welcomed Frankie.

“It feels like as you get older and as, personally, I develop and change, it’s exciting to see what the roles offer you differently, [and especially] after I became a mother, how that changes my approach to the work,” she explained.

“I look up to those people who have been in the long haul and are consistent and grow and do lots of different kinds of roles, not boxed into one sort of thing,” Regan added. “For me, the next thing, I’m not sure what it’s going to be long-term, and I’m always looking out for the next thing to be different than what I did the last time.”