Hilary Swank, famous for her roles in Boys Don't Cry (1999) and Million Dollar Baby (2004), announced the happy news on Wednesday on Good Morning America.

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"This is something I have been wanting to share for a long time, the next thing is I am going to be a mom, and not just of one but of two," she said. "It's so nice to be able to talk about it and share it... I'm gonna be a mom!"

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And no sooner had the anchors congratulated her on this happy news than Hilary added, "And not just of one, but of two."

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Then the Million Dollar Baby actress clarified that she was in her second trimester and no baby bum could still be seen. Swank noted that in the family of her husband, Philip Schneider, as well as hers there were twins, so it came as no surprise that they were going to welcome twins too.

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Swank is over the moon about her future motherhood. "It's such a blessing. It's a total miracle. It's unbelievable," she raved.

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Immediately after the broadcast, Swank posted a video on her Instagram showing her baby bum.

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However, the actress did not reveal when her twins were due. When asked Swank's face expression conveyed she did not want disclose it.

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Since August 2018, the Oscar and Golden Globe winner has been married to Philip Schneider. A year and a half after they met, the couple got engaged and two more years later, they got married.

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