Maya Rudolph is reportedly expecting her fourth child with partner Paul Thomas Anderson.
The 40-year-old "Saturday Night Live" alum is reportedly expecting her fourth bundle of joy, according to a report published on February 16 by The Hollywood Reporter.
Rudolph and Anderson, a 42-year-old director of the hit 2007 film "There Will be Blood," have two daughters - Pearl, 7, and Lucille, 3. In July 2011, the pair welcomed their third child, a son named Jack.
Rudolph has not commented on the report publicly.
According to the entertainment outlet, word of her pregnancy came out after sources say she informed NBC she's expecting.
The "Bridesmaids" actress stars as Ava Alexander in the network's parenthood comedy, "Up All Night." The report of Rudolph's pregnancy comes with the news that the show may be terminated following the main star Christina Applegate's departure.
Rudolph shot the Adam Sandler comedy movie "Grown Ups" while pregnant with her second child, Lucille. It was released in 2010.
The actress is known for her work in films including "Gattaca," "50 First Dates," "Idiocracy" and "Zookeeper." She also appeared in the 2011 romance comedy "Friends With Kids" alongside Megan Fox and "Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm.