Actress Keshia Knight Pulliam recently attended the advanced screening of Hidden Figures hosted by Janelle Monae & Pharrell Williams at Regal Cinemas Atlantic Station Stadium 16 on November 16, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Pulliam, who is said to be pregnant by her estranged husband former NFL Linebacker Ed Hartwell, shows off her maternal glow everywhere she goes, celebrating the impending birth of daughter Ella Grace. The 37-year old actress was recently given baby shower by her Delta Sigma Theta Sorority sisters, family, and friends. The “Pretty in Pink” themed bash, held at Mason Art Gallery in Atlanta, gave a hint to just how much love and support awaits Pulliam’s new buddle of joy.
Ella & I are surrounded by so much love. It was truly a family affair… my sister in law @jade.pulliam was the event planner, @tracynicoleatl custom made my dress, @gigi_by_jeanne made my ear rings, @omgherbalbar provided the favors, @dollae provided my requested trap music, @sophiayvonnne15 gave me the much needed foot rub at the end of the night & my mom @24kmom oversaw the whole thing!! Also, thank you @sublimedoughnuts for the yummy doughnuts… Thank you for the greatest baby shower ever!!! ? @freddyoart
In addition to the lavish celebration, Pulliam also has immortalized her baby bump on film in a fun pregnancy photo shoot with Lance Gross.
“I can’t believe my belly is so BIG!! Thank you @lancegross for capturing such a magical time in my life & @tracynicoleatl for the perfect dress,” the actress commented on a posted Instagram photo of the shoot. “This journey has been amazing!!”
Hartwell has publicly stated that he is unsure as to the paternity of the child and is requesting that Pulliam submit to testing to eradicate any doubt.
Hidden Figures is set for limited release on December 25th and nation-wide January 6th. The movie chronicles the journey of mathematician Katherine Johnson, portrayed by Taraji P. Henson, and her two colleagues, Dorthy Vaughn, (Octavia Spencer), and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe). By using their calculations, these three women helped NASA lead in the space race, making it possible for astronaut John Glenn to completely orbit the Earth.