For past few months, Lake Bell was carrying a baby bump and earlier this month, she welcomed a baby boy. Just weeks after the birth of her son, Bell flaunted her post-baby body at the Awards in Beverly Hills. Lake Bell was pictured with her post-baby body at the As we can see in the above picture, Bell chose a sleeveless dress which featured a deep blue hue and a black stripe. The actress complemented her high-neck a green, blue and white clutch with coordinating drop earrings.
Just after the month of the birth of her child Lake Bell flaunted her incredible post-baby body.
Campbell, a tattoo artist, and Bell met two years ago on her HBO show “How to Make It in America,” where he guested as himself.
Lake Bell is an American writer, director and actress. She is known for her role in a television series named Miss Match, Surface, The Practice, How to Make It in America, Childrens Hospital. Her father is Jewish while her mother is Protestant.
A representative for the Million Dollar Arm actress confirmed to US Weekly that the 35-year-old actress has delivered a baby girl.
This is the first child for the What Happens in Vegas star and Campbell who wed in June 2013 after two years of dating.
Before attending the Rose Bruford College she had performed in many theatrical productions like The Childeren’s Hour, Six Degree of Separation, The Seagull, Pentecost and Light Shining in Buckinghamshire.
She had graduated in 2002 from Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama in London.
She had attended The Chapin School in New York and also Westminster School in Simsbury Connecticut. Edward’s School and also Skidmore College in New York.
A floor-through double parlor that functions as adjoining living and dining rooms features a carved marble fireplace, antique light fixtures, and ashy brown stained oak floors emblazoned with a custom stencil that more than just a little bit resembles a henna-style tattoo.
The kitchen, puny by almost any standard, is open to the dining room and mixes historic and rustic elements such as distressed wood cabinets, butcher block counter tops and exposed brick walls with up-to-date stainless steel appliances, colorfully graphic tile flooring and snazzy super-sized soap stone farmhouse sink with decoratively on trend brass fixtures.
Online listings describe the four-story, legal two-family residence as a “Greek and Gothic Revival style townhouse” that’s customized in a “truly Brooklyn style” — whatever exactly that means — and show it currently configured as a single-family home with four or five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and two kitchens.
A classic raised stoop entrance perfect for sitting out on sultry summer evenings opens to a wee but proper foyer and stair hall.