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Pregnant Emma Roberts Was ‘Very Excited’ for Socially Distanced Garden Baby Shower, Source Says



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Emma Roberts found a safe way to celebrate her baby on the way “during such wild times.”

On Saturday afternoon, the American Horror Story actress, 29, celebrated the upcoming arrival of her son during a small backyard gathering with close friends and family. Roberts shared glimpses of the flower-filled baby shower on Instagram Sunday, smiling in one sunny image as she sat in a patterned sundress.



a girl in a dress: Emma Roberts and Garrett Hedlund are "both very grateful for all the love," a source tells PEOPLE


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Emma Roberts and Garrett Hedlund are “both very grateful for all the love,” a source tells PEOPLE

In another snapshot from the occasion, the mom-to-be stood, cradling her growing baby bump as she wore a mask that matched her outfit.

“So grateful to my family and pod for making my pregnancy feel so celebrated during such wild times,” Roberts captioned the post. “I love you guys @cadehudson22 @kakeykake @britelkin and thank you to @toryburch & @ericbuterbaugh for the magical garden 🌸 #toryburchhome.”

An insider tells PEOPLE that the afternoon event, held at a friend’s house, was attended by Kristen Stewart, Camila Morrone and Garrett Hedlund, with whom Roberts is expecting her first child.

“Emma’s baby shower was a garden celebration so everyone could social distance,” the insider says. “Emma wore a dress that showed off her cute baby bump and a matching mask. She was very excited. She received many wrapped gifts for their baby boy.”

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A source close to Hedlund adds that the dad-to-be, 36, “can’t wait

U.S. House Judiciary antitrust report likely to come out as soon as Monday Oct. 5 – source

FILE PHOTO: The logos of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google in a combination photo from Reuters files/File Photo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee’s antitrust subcommittee is expected to release a much-anticipated report into antitrust allegations against four of America’s largest tech companies as soon as Monday, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter.

The chief executives of four of the world’s largest tech companies, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc, Apple and Alphabet’s Google, testified before the panel in July.

During the hearing, the four CEOs parried a range of accusations that they crippled smaller rivals in their quest for market share. The four companies have a combined market value of about $5 trillion.

The House antitrust subcommittee plans to hold a hearing on Friday on proposals to strengthen antitrust laws and restore online competition as it nears the release of this long-awaited report on Big Tech.

The date of release of the report can still be moved, the source said.

The U.S. Justice Department is also probing the big four tech platforms. Facebook and Amazon are also facing inquiries by the Federal Trade Commission, while U.S. states attorneys general are looking at Facebook and Google.

Reporting by Nandita Bose; Editing by Sandra Maler and Leslie Adler

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U.S. House Judiciary antitrust report likely to come out as soon as Monday October 5: source

FILE PHOTO: The logos of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google in a combination photo from Reuters files

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee’s antitrust subcommittee is expected to release a much-anticipated report into antitrust allegations against four of America’s largest tech companies as soon as Monday, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter.

The chief executives of four of the world’s largest tech companies, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc, Apple and Alphabet’s Google, testified before the panel in July.

During the hearing, the four CEOs parried a range of accusations that they crippled smaller rivals in their quest for market share. The four companies have a combined market value of about $5 trillion.

The House antitrust subcommittee plans to hold a hearing on Friday on proposals to strengthen antitrust laws and restore online competition as it nears the release of this long-awaited report on Big Tech.

The date of release of the report can still be moved, the source said.

The U.S. Justice Department is also probing the big four tech platforms. Facebook and Amazon are also facing inquiries by the Federal Trade Commission, while U.S. states attorneys general are looking at Facebook and Google.

Reporting by Nandita Bose; Editing by Sandra Maler and Leslie Adler

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