Olivia Wilde cradles baby bump on set of new show

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A little over a year after she welcomed her son, Olivia Wilde was pictured with a visible baby bump this week – and it was all thanks to the magic of Hollywood. The actress was seen on the set of her upcoming new TV series Vinyl, sporting a prosthetic bump as she filmed scenes for the show in New York on Tuesday.

Her tummy might have been fake, but it clearly brought back happy reminders for Olivia of her own pregnancy with son Otis. The 31-year-old, dressed in a silver metallic dress with a black and white wool coat over the top, was seen tenderly stroking her bump with a big smile on her face as she chatted to co-stars in-between takes.

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Olivia Wilde was pictured with a fake baby bump on the set of Vinyl



HBO drama Vinyl is set in 1970s New York and stars Bobby Cannavale as record executive Richie Finestra, with Olivia cast as his wife Devon. The cast includes Ray Romano, Juno Temple and James Jagger, and has Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger attached as executive producers, with Boardwalk Empire's Terence Winter directing.

Away from work, Olivia is a doting mum to 15-month-old son Otis, her only child with fiancé Jason Sudeikis. Olivia and the Horrible Bosses actor, 39, started dating in November 2011 and got engaged in January 2013; little Otis was born in April the following year.

#tbt to Otis developing his hatred for tiny bear suits. #futuretherapymaterial #winter2014 📷 by Dad

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Olivia and Jason Sudeikis with their adorable son Otis



Jason opened up about their young son during an appearance at the Sundance Film Festival in January. "He smiles a lot," he told E! News. "I would say any looks he's got going – I feel like he's a real cute little guy – that's Olivia's doing. And then him smiling is both of us because we're really lucky."

The We Are The Millers actor added: "He's surrounded by love 24/7 and 80 per cent of it is female based. So I think he'll turn out to be a really good guy. I'm excited to see who he is."

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