By Brianne Tracy / People
February 16, 2017

Natalie Portman is on the move!

The 35-year-old actress was spotted showing off her baby bump in a gray top and jean shorts while hiking with her mother and dog in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Portman, who is expecting her second child with her husband Benjamin Millepied, kept it casual and comfortable with sunglasses and sneakers. She had a water bottle and sweatshirt in tow.

LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 15: Natalie Portman is seen on February 15, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by BG015/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
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Despite how far along she looks, Portman revealed to Matt Lauer on Today that she is due in the spring.

“I’m a small person in general,” she told host Jimmy Fallon, 42, during an appearanceon The Tonight Show in November. “You show a lot faster and a lot more when you’re small.”

She added at the time: “Everyone thinks I’m about to pop and about to give birth at any minute and I have months to go.”

Portman will be attending this year’s Academy Awards on Feb. 26 with a chance for a second Best Actress win for Jackie. In 2011, Portman was pregnant with now 5-year-old son Aleph when she won the award for her role in Black Swan.

During a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel, 49, joked to Portman: “Either you wanted to have another baby or you’re very superstitious.”

Kimmel will take the stage as host of this year’s Oscars — and said he won’t be afraid to lend a helping hand.

“Of course, we don’t want this to happen,” he said, “but if you should go into labor during the Oscar broadcast, I want you to know that as host, I am prepared to deliver the child.”

Winning an award (or giving birth!) won’t be the only thing on Portman’s mind on Oscars night, though.

“I feel like I get a little panicky about food availability,” Portman told Kimmel. “Like, if I’m going somewhere, I’m like, ‘Will they have something that I will want to eat at that point?’ So before I go anywhere, I’ll have a plate of pancakes or, like, a veggie burger or whatever, just to be prepared.”

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