Ruby Barker pregnant in real life is away from reality. Her latest photos do seem that she has gained significant weight in the course of a few years.
Ruby Barker is a single and well-known British actress. In the Netflix historical drama Bridgerton, she portrays Marina Thompson.
No, Ruby Barker Is Not Pregnant In Real Life
Ruby Barker pregnancy in real life is a false rumor as she is single and never married anyone. Moreover, Barker has been exclusive of her relationship status so far.
However, the actress seems to have gained weight which might have fueled the rumors about pregnancy.
Barker was born in Islington to Irish and Montserrat-born parents.
She was placed in foster care with her sister Harriet shortly after her birth, and the two were eventually adopted.
Barker grew up in Glasgow until she was a teenager, spending her early years between London and Winchester.
She attended the Elizabeth Murray School of Dance on weekends while residing in Glasgow. Her first acting role was in an advertisement for RBS.
Barker relocated to Church Fenton, a village in the Selby District of Yorkshire, with her mother and stepmother when her parents divorced.
She went to Tadcaster Grammar School, which was close by.
After taking a gap year, she planned to study International Relations at the London School of Economics, but she decided to pursue acting instead.
Did Ruby Barker Gained Weight For Her Role?
Yes! Ruby Barker gained weight for her role in the upcoming series of Bridgeton 2 series on Netflix.
According to an interview with the mirror, she gained weight and she thinks that’s entirely normal.
The weight gain was entirely in line with her character Marina’s pregnancy.
She gained some healthy weight and is much happier at her current size.
During the lockdown, Barker did put up a bit of a show but had to really push her to get active.
Barker struggled to fit her costume due to healthy weight gain according to her interview.
Ruby Barker Boyfriend And Dating Life Explored
Ruby Barker is very secretive about her boyfriend and her dating life in general.
She hasn’t updated anything on her relationship on her social media.
Barker performed Mercy and Titivillus in National Centre for Early Music performance of Mankind.
She was discovered by Royal Shakespeare Company director Phillip Breen.
Breen cast her as Mary in the 2016 York Mystery Plays and assisted her in obtaining representation.
Barker soon began appearing on television, with a recurring part as Daisie in the CBBC teen fantasy series Wolfblood’s fifth series.
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