Plenty of 35-year-old men died a little inside when Brian Hallisay got Jennifer Love Hewitt pregnant not once, but twice. It's been a tough pill to swallow.
It's one thing watching her dole out hand relief on The Client List, but watching your childhood crush have another man's baby is a tough pill to swallow.
Still, she says she's enjoying the physical changes of pregnancy and her baby bump the second time around, and for that we should be happy for her.
After all, how many women actually enjoy being pregnant for none months? Babies are wonderful and worth it, of course ... but the actual act of pregnancy?
For every Jill Duggar - or apparently Jennifer Love - there are 10 women who can't wait to be done with it, no matter how much they love their child(ren).
Not Hewitt. "Your body changes so much and there’s a sensuality about that," she says. "I say, accentuate the fact that your legs look thinner than they ever have."
Not to mention, "your boobs look great. Work it!”
Yes Jen. They sure as heck do.
"I feel really grateful. I know how hard it is for lots of women to even get pregnant in the first place," Hewitt, the mother of 16-month-old Autumn, says.
"Some people never get to have kids, so I just feel really lucky that my husband and I have been able to do this, once awesomely and now twice, even better.”
You can currently see her when you watch Criminal Minds online, a far cry from her Client List days. As for how her pregnancy is impacting her work?
It's not. At least not negatively.
"I’ve been an actress for 25 years, and have had to be hungry at times in my life for my career, so being pregnant is completely freeing,” says Jennifer.
"As somebody who’s been in this business for a long time and had to be all about what your figure looks like ... to let that stuff go and really embrace what you’re doing, you feel kind of awesome."
We'd never really thought about it that way, but she makes a valid point. As an actress renowned for her insane body, she sort of gets a vacation in a sense.
Look for baby #3 sometime in late 2016/early 2017.