Liv Tyler opens up about her 'amazing' pregnancy

Chloe Best

Liv Tyler could not be happier after announcing that she is expecting her third child. The Leftovers star, who is expecting her second baby with fiancé Dave Gardner, said she was "very grateful" to be pregnant again.

"It's amazing, it's so fun," Liv told E! News at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday. "I'm very grateful."

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Liv Tyler said she is "very grateful" to be pregnant again

The 38-year-old said that her eldest son Milo was excited by the news, which comes less than 12 months after she welcomed her son Sailor who he "adores".

"They're so sweet. It's so fun, my older boy is 11 and it's so sweet to see him with Sailor because there's a big age difference there and he just absolutely adores him so much," she said.

Liv also hinted that she knows the gender of her upcoming arrival but said she will be keeping it as a "surprise". The mum-to-be made the revelations as she arrived at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday, where she showed off her blossoming baby bump in a figure-hugging navy gown.

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The actress is expecting her second child with Dave Gardner

It was Liv's first high profile outing since announcing her pregnancy news and as such she was congratulated by friends including Orlando Bloom and Justin Theroux at the event.

Liv announced her pregnancy on 9 January, telling followers "the stork is visiting us again !!!!" Alongside a picture of her cradling her belly, she added: "I am growing another Tyler Gardner in my belly. Our family is growing!!! So grateful @davegardner I love you."

Their love story began in summer 2014 when they were introduced by mutual friend Kate Moss and the couple have been inseparable ever since. The couple welcomed their first son Sailor in February 2015 and have wasted no time in expanding their family. As well as baby Sailor, the duo are also parents to Gray, Dave's eight-year-old from his previous marriage and Milo, 11, her son with ex-husband Royston Langdon.