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Pregnant Heather Morris Baby Bump: Look How Big It’s Getting! (PHOTO)

Reports that Glee star Heather Morris (Brittany) is pregnant with her first child first flooded the internet in early April — and the big pregnancy caught the Glee fan community by surprise! But just in case you have any doubts that everyone’s favorite Cheerio really is knocked up, new photos make it perfectly clear.

During filming for
Glee’s Season 4 finale, Heather was only a few months along, which means her tiny baby bump was just barely visible. Then on April 6, we got our first good look at Heather’s pregnant belly when the Glee star was spotted out for a walk in her L.A. neighborhood.

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At the time, Heather’s bump was just starting to bulge out over her thin frame, but the presence of a rounder baby belly was clear.

Now, it’s over a month later, and brand new photos of the 26-year-old star show just how much bigger her bump is getting! On May 14, photographers spotted Heather once again taking her dog for a walk in her L.A. neighborhood, and the star’s bump does appear to have grown.

Like before, Heather is dressed casually. Her hair is up in a ponytail, and she’s not even wearing an ounce of makeup. The Glee star has mostly maintained her athletic dancer frame, but her bump is certainly getting bigger.

Heather will likely give birth sometime around November 2013. Because of this, she likely will not appear in the first half of Glee Season 5. Rumors have been ramped that Heather’s been written off the show for good. However, no final decisions appear to have been made, and TV Line’s Michael Ausiello reports that she could very well return in a limited capacity — it just wouldn’t happen until the second half of Season 5, which starts in Spring 2014.

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05.15.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
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