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Instagram Baby Update!

Julia Stiles shared her first Instagram post since mommy shamers dragged her for a baby-wearing photo earlier this month, and fans are loving it.

In the image, she shared a onesie that her 2-month old son, Strummer Newcomb Cook, will assumably be wearing one of these days. The onesie, from Pearl River Mart in New Yor’s Chelsea Market, is a cute play on words involving the Vietnamese noodle soup pho, reading “pho shizzle.”

Stiles is best known for her role as Nicky in the four Matt Damon-starring Bourne movies. She also starred in 10 Things I Hate About You, Silver Linings Playbook and Dexter, which earned her a Golden Globe and Emmy nomination.

“NY institution [Pearl River Mart]! [Chelsea Market NY] Yippeee!!!” Stiles wrote in the caption alongside an emoji of a Christmas tree.

Stiles’ followers love the adorable onesie, leaving heart-eye-emoji-laden comments like “That is too adorable” and “I love this! It’s so punny!!”

Pearl River Mart’s Instagram account also left a comment praising Stiles, writing, “Kindest actor, mom and human being, and most importantly, old school member of the Pearl River Mart family since 1986!”

Stiles’ onesie pic was her first Instagram post since mom shamers criticized her for the way she was wearing her baby in a baby carrier. She wasn’t bothered by the negative comments, however and responded with an epic clapback.

“It was brought to my attention that in the previous photo I am not holding my baby correctly,” she wrote. “Wow, I didn’t expect that. What was supposed to be a shout out of products I like, suddenly becomes an invitation to comment on my baby, and my ability as a mother. That’s the internet for you, the carnivorous plant from ‘Little Shop of Horrors.'”

The actress continued, “I was trying to keep much of my son’s image private, including, I guess, his little feet. And it was just a photo taken at home, not how I normally carry him around. Thanks for the concern, anyway.”

“Yes, Mothers, always read the safety instructions. But also, Instagrammers: instead of writing snarky comments about a 5 week old, try dancing around your living room to a Clash record. It’s way more fun.”

Stiles and her husband, Preston J. Cook, married in September after being engaged for a year. She celebrated the wedding with a photo from the wedding, with Cook’s hand on her stomach. “Who doesn’t love a shotgun wedding?” she wrote.

Cook and Stiles met while he was a camera assistant on Blackway, which they made in 2015. It wasn’t released in the U.S. until 2016.

Stiles is best known for her role as Nicky in the four Matt Damon-starring Bourne movies. She also starred in 10 Things I Hate About You, Silver Linings Playbook and Dexter, which earned her a Golden Globe and Emmy nomination.

Pregnant Julia Stiles: You have to let go and surrender. You can’t control everything!

HOLLYWOOD star Julia Stiles is counting down the minutes to labour. After nine long months she’s ready to surrender and accept she can’t control everything.

Julia Stiles doesn’t know what motherhood will be like. But after clocking her ninth month of pregnancy, she’s sure of one thing — her baby will be here “very soon”.

“I’m open to the fact I haven’t done this before so I may have to let go of some of my preconceived ideas,” said Stiles, 36, who last week married her fiance-of-one-year, Preston J. Cook, in a “shotgun wedding”.

In fact, by the time Stiles’ new TV show Riviera hits screens on Wednesday, there’s every chance she may have a squawking new bundle in her arms.

“Nine months is a long time so I’ve had a lot of time to think,” said Stiles.

“But I think the whole lesson in pregnancy, and probably it applies to motherhood, too, is that you kinds have to let go and surrender. You can’t control everything, you certainly can’t control your child.”

Pregnancy has been a “very special time” for Stiles.

However, the 10 Things I Hate About You star is well aware she has had an easier ride than others.
“I’ve really enjoyed it. Sometimes I’m reluctant to say that to other women ‘cos they want to punch me,” she joked.

As one of the few 90s stars to remain in the spotlight after her breakout role in Save the Last Dance, Stiles recently starred in American crime-drama Dexter, before taking the lead role in Riviera, a 10-part British thriller from veteran filmmaker Neil Jordan (The Crying Game, Interview with a Vampire).
Filmed against the extravagant backdrop of the south of France, and with an equally as covetable costume collection, Stiles plays Georgina Clios — a glamorous widow, intrigued with uncovering the mysterious details surrounding her billionaire husband’s death.

Metro USA Interview with Julia Stiles

I’m finding it hard to tell when Julia Stiles is finished talking because she ends every other sentence with a raised inflection. And she comes off a bit aloof: No matter how I try to engage the “10 Things I Hate About You” actress, she won’t budge.

It’s probably just exhaustion. We’re chatting because Stiles is hard on the press trail for “Riviera,” a murder mystery slash crime drama slash display of extreme extravagance. For real. The whole plot hinges on a yacht blowing up. It’s like “Revenge,” but with a bigger budget — and much prettier views. Say what you will about the series, but the stunning views of Côte d’Azur that it offers are rivaled by no other.

Metro USA spoke with the 36-year-old, who plays Georgina Clios — AKA what’s supposed to pass for an antihero in this series — about her first major television role and how social media has changed the entertainment industry.

First of all, congratulations on your pregnancy!
I’m due pretty soon. I’m excited about it.

What’s it like taking a major lead role on a TV series for the first time?
I was really struck by the premise of the show. Neil Jordan had described his idea behind it as, “Behind every great fortune is a great crime.” And I just thought that was really interesting to explore, and particularly [in] the setting of the French Riviera.

I liked the international sensibility in the show, too. I love that it’s such an international cast and that the scope of it is very international.

Speaking of Neil, how do you feel about him disowning the series after his writing was “heavily reworked?”
I mean, he’s a very passionate, opinionated artist, right? And so sometimes that clashes with studio executives. I’m not really sure what happened? But I feel like we were still able to make a good show.

What was it like doing a series across the pond?
It was great. My only experience doing TV before was on an already well-established show (Stiles appeared as Lumen Pierce on the fifth season of “Dexter”) and I was just along for the ride. To be in the lead in this show was a lot of responsibility, but I think because it was a European show, they were really open to my input, in a way that I’m not sure happens here.

Georgina has some anti-hero vibes, too. We’re seeing that more often, and it’s great to be able to see women in these imperfect roles, like with this series, “Fleabag,” “Insecure”—
I know, I love that show “Fleabag,” I hope they do another season.

They just announced they’re doing a second season, actually!
Oh. Cool.

Social media plays such a huge role for young actors these days. How do you feel about not having had that extra layer of performance as a young actor?
I was just thinking about that. I’m really glad that when I was starting out as an actor social media wasn’t necessary for success as an actor, especially when you’re starting out. I have a hard time enough navigating that now, having a little more experience, being a more recognizable actor.

The danger is that it gets in the way of being able to play pretend. Because you’re advertising your own personality and your own real life, how can you trick people into thinking that you’re somebody else?

It blurs the line a lot more.

And it seems to have an influence over casting, now they’re very interested in people who have lots of followers. And I feel like that’s sort of contrary to actors who I think are really interesting.

Busy Philipps and Michelle Williams recently did this video where they reminisced about all the teen heartthrobs they kissed while on “Dawson’s Creek.” Can you dish about what your favorite teen heartthrobs are that you kissed back in the day?
That’s so tricky because it’s so different when there’s a camera and a whole entire crew watching you. I hate to ruin the romance, but it’s very different than a real kiss.

Julia goes Camping with Her 8-Month Baby Bump

Mommy and me… by the campfire.

Pregnant actress Julia Stiles braved the great outdoors over the weekend, visiting the Gorge Amphitheatre in Washington state to see Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats perform with Kings of Leon.

That time I went camping, nearly eight months pregnant, just to see @nathanielrateliff and the @nightsweatsnc

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“That time I went camping, nearly eight months pregnant, just to see @nathanielrateliff and the @nightsweatsnc,” Stiles wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of herself cradling her baby bump and toting a maternity pillow, with tents visible in the background.

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Stiles’ rep confirmed to PEOPLE exclusively in June that the 36-year-old star and her fiancé Preston J. Cook are expecting their first child.

The parents-to-be met on the set of 2015’s Blackway, where Cook worked as a camera assistant, and got engaged on Christmas Eve 2015.

Riviera Returns for Season 2

Riviera has been recommissioned for a second series on Sky Atlantic, according to the Irish Daily Star. The hit series, starring Julia Stiles, is set to return to our screens in the coming months.

However, it is understood director Neil Jordan will not be involved after he disapproved of the first series. But it is believed former U2 manager Paul McGuinness will be involved once again as executive producer.

Earlier this year, Jordan disowned himself from the series after he said he was left “considerably upset” by the way the series was being portrayed.

The Sligo-born director said at the time that the episodes he co-wrote were changed “to my huge surprise and considerable upset.”

“There were various sexual scenes introduced into the story and a lot of very expository dialogue.

“I objected in the strongest terms possible,” he added.

The glossy, sun-soaked drama stars Julia Stiles as a widow whose billionaire husband has just died in suspicious circumstances. As Julia, who plays Georgia Clios in the show, seeks to find out what happened to her husband, a dark truth unfolds.

Riviera proved to be a resounding success on Sky Atlantic. It was the most successful premiere on Sky Atlantic this year, achieving higher ratings than such international hit series as Billions and Big Little Lies.

The series was viewed nearly 14 million times across Ireland and the UK.