Hilary Duff Can't Wait for Baby No. 2: 'I Feel Really Good'


Hilary Duff Can't Wait for Baby No. 2: 'I Feel Really Good'
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The star reveals she’s all ready to welcome her second child, who will be a little sister for her six-year-old son Luca.

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Actress/singer Hilary Duff is more than ready to welcome her second child, confessing she is “a little over” her pregnancy.

The “Younger” star is expecting a daughter with her boyfriend Matthew Koma later this year, and although she is thrilled to be expanding her family, she is no longer enjoying every aspect about her journey to new motherhood.

“Honestly, I feel really good and I am a little over it (her pregnancy) at this point where I am like, ‘Cool, I’m ready, when is it happening?’ ” she laughs to People.com.

The baby will be a little sister for her six-year-old son Luca, with her ex-husband Mike Comrie, and running around with the youngster is actually helping Hilary keep her mind off her pregnancy.

“It is awesome to have another kid to focus on because you’re not constantly focusing on every little ache and pain you feel or anything that happens,” she explains. “I am not on Google right away like I was the first time around. I know what is going on.”

However, the mother-to-be, who turns 31 later this month, still struggles to find the perfect balance between her personal and professional life.

“(It’s) hard to feel like I am there enough for Luca in everything he has going on at school,” Hilary shares. “If it is a school play and I am in New York (for work), (I’m) flying home almost every weekend to make his soccer games and then flying back to New York to make sure I am prepared.”

And although the hectic schedule is tiring, the former child star is thankful she has so many chances to continue expressing her creativity, including with her second eyewear collection for GlassesUSA.com.

“I am lucky to have the opportunities to do so many different things because I have been working for such a long time that I don’t think I could just strictly be a mum,” she says. “I really need that other outlet.”