'Law & Order: SVU' Kelli Giddish bares her huge baby bump in a photo shared by Mariska Hargitay

Cheryl Kahla
Nov 14, 2018
11:47 A.M.
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Keli Giddish delighted fan on Instagram when a friend shared a photo of her baby bump. 


The young tot is expected to make his or her arrival in the fall. The photo was shared by Mariska Hargitay who added a slew of hashtags to the caption. 

The post had been liked by nearly 190,000 viewers in under three days. Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. 

The adorable baby bump photo can be seen below. Giddish is married to Lawrence Faulborn, and the couple shares a 3-year-old son named Lugo. 


The couple tied the knot back in June 2015, and she gave birth to Lugo four months later. 

Young Ludo had a one-episode stint on his mom’s hit NBC show, playing her character, Detective Amanda Rollins' newborn daughter.


At first, she didn't want her son to appear on TV and felt like she was "pimping him out" to the industry. She joked: 

“I was like, ‘Am I pimping my child out?’ And they were like, ‘No! That will be such a cool thing when he gets older; he’ll have been on Law & Order.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, as a girl. I’m sure he’s going to love that when he gets old enough to realize. He’s going to be like, ‘Oh, thanks for the pink bow on national television, mom.’”


Everybody on the set of Law & Order: SVU said Giddish "is glowing," and the star confirmed this when she told reporters that she "feeling good."

Giddish landed her first role in 2005 when she was cast as Clara Niles in "Witches of the Caribbean." She followed that up with a short, titled "Walls," in 2006. 


Her claim to fame was her portrayal of Di Henry in the drama show, "All My Children." Giddish appeared in 114 episodes before moving on to other projects in 2007. 

She was cast as Law & Order's Amanda Rollins for the first time in 2007, but only returned to the show fulltime in 2011 and hasn't looked back. 

Giddish appeared in more than 170 episodes, and "Law & Order" is currently in its 15th season.