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In an interview with Good Housekeeping magazine, the star of 'Frozen' doesn't feel embarrassed to admit that she and her husband participate in a couple's therapy regularly.
The 'House of Lies' star and her husband, who are already parents to daughter Lincoln, announced the happy news on Twitter on Friday evening, December 19.
The show inserts Bell's pregnancy in the upcoming season, but it's unclear who the father of Jeannie's baby is.
As she spends holiday alone, Bell's character sends her long distance boyfriend text messages and several photos of herself.
The 'Frozen' actress wants her lover to still remember her when they can't be together during the holiday on the track she recorded with the a capella group.
The 'Employee of the Month' actor showed off his new bell tattoo, which was inked on his ring finger, presumably in honor of Kristen's surname.
Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, Enrico Colantoni, Christopher B. Duncan and more will reportedly appear on the digital spin-off which centers on Ryan Hansen's Dick Casablancas.
The 'Frozen' actress is campaigning to get the government to raise minimum wages for domestic workers.
The couple, who is notorious in protecting their first child, says in a statement that they are expecting another one.
When told about the plan, 'Frozen' voice artist Kristen Bell said that she was open to the idea.
The girl tries to distract her mind from the pain by singing 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman' from 'Frozen', earning a comment from Bell who sang the song in the popular animated movie.
Kristen Bell is found among the early list of presenters while American Authors is listed among the performers.
The 'House of Lies' actress hopes the second movie could be made without having to launch a new Kickstarter campaign.
Angelina Jolie and her longterm partner Brad Pitt are among those scheduled to present the statuette on the upcoming ceremony.
Bell tweets, 'I won't do interviews [for] entities that pay photogs to take pics of my baby anymore,' while her husband says, 'Children shouldn't be stalked.'