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Those of you who have already watched module one of #Unleashed already know this, but building this course has also coincided with my pregnancy ❤️ Opening up in such a deep way while creating life has been such a gift and I’m honored to continue sharing, growing, and UNLEASHING with you all over the course of the next four weeks.
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The How to Get Away with Murder actress announced her pregnancy in May, showing off her baby bump in a snapshot she posted to Instagram.
For the sweet photo op, the second-time mom-to-be was dressed in a pink "Mama Bird" T-shirt while holding Gianna, who was wearing a matching "Little Bird" shirt.
"Those of you who have already watched module one of #Unleashed already know this, but building this course has also coincided with my pregnancy ❤️," Souza wrote in the caption, referring to her online self course.
"Opening up in such a deep way while creating life has been such a gift and I'm honored to continue sharing, growing, and UNLEASHING with you all over the course of the next four weeks," she added.
Weeks before announcing her pregnancy, Souza celebrated the series finale of HTGAWM with a heartfelt Instagram post. Although Souza wasn't a series regular in the show's final season, she made a guest appearance in the finale to wrap up her character Laurel Castillo's storyline.
"And that's a wrap 🥺🥰 Thank you to everyone who contributed to the last 6 years of @howtogetawaywithmurder! I'm overwhelmed with emotion to be at the end of this beautiful journey, at the same time, I'm also eternally grateful to have brought Laurel Castillo to life ❤️," Souza captioned her post.
"Thank you @petenowalk, @shondarhimes, @violadavis, and every single person who was part of this production! I've learned from each one of you. This isn't goodbye — just see you later 🤗," she added.
In addition to enjoying family bonding time, Souza is currently starring in Amazon Prime Video's drama El Presidente, about the 2015 FIFA scandal that shook the world of professional soccer, and in August will appear in Netflix's comedy The Sleepover.
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