Speaking to Entertainment Tonight in January, Coon said: “There were a few months where I got to wear the costumes as they existed. But when we came back, I had to put strings on the back of all of them.”
She said, “fancy capes” were tailored towards the end of her pregnancy, and if her bump couldn’t escape the camera, “a very well-timed carriage going by” hid it.
The costume department did “such an amazing job of hiding it that a lot of people working in post-production didn’t know I was pregnant,” she said.
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