Shay Mitchell pregnant with first child

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In true Mitchell fashion, she also infused the post with some of her trademark humor."Does this mean I'm allowed to drive in the carpool lane at all times now?" the You actress jokingly captioned the photo, announcing her pregnancy and taking a jab at the infamous Los Angeles traffic all at once. In it, the PLL star's boyfriend, Entertainment Tonight Canada reporter Matte Babel, cradles Shay's belly during the photoshoot, and tells her "she looks good" when going through the photos. Matte looks anxiously into the camera, as Shay continues to complain about feeling "lonely" and "huge".

Her pregnancy announcement comes after she shared with followers in January that she had experienced a miscarriage past year.

The biweekly YouTube original series "Almost Ready" will premiere every other Wednesday starting July 17 on Mitchell's YouTube channel and will be free to view (it's not part of YouTube Premium). "I think pregnancy is awesome but it's also really fucking lonely".

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In a trailer for the series (embedded above), Mitchell offers a glimpse at the first few months of her pregnancy, including the increasingly hard task of keeping her baby bump a secret from the public. "It's exciting, difficult, emotional and incredible all at the same time, and I wanted to share my journey with more than just a photo". The Internet immediately rallied around the stunning 32-year-old actress to show their love and support for her and her unborn babe.

"We all have to deal with various struggles and challenges in life", she wrote alongside a sonogram photo on her Instagram stories.

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