Drew Barrymore was photographed clutching sonogram results as she left a doctor's office in Beverly Hills, which has led to speculation that she may be pregnant.
Although the 36-year-old's rep refused to confirm whether or not the actress is expecting her first child with fiance Will Kopelman, recent photographs show Barrymore holding a sonogram which could belong to her, according to TMZ.
The pregnancy speculation comes just one month after reports of the couple's engagement began swirling.
"They are very happy together," a close friend of the pair recently told People magazine.
The source also claims that Kopelman, 34, proposed to Barrymore in Sun Valley, Idaho over the Christmas holidays and presented her with a high-priced sparkler which was made by London jewelry company, Graff.
The couple were recently spotted showing off a diamond ring that was placed on Barrymore's ring finger which immediately led to speculation.
Recent news of Barrymore converting to Judaism for Kopelman, a devout Jew, has further fueled talks that the couple will likely tie the knot soon, although Barrymore does not seem ready to prepare a wedding.
When asked about wedding plans, Barrymore made it clear that the couple want to enjoy being engaged for some time to let it all sink in.
"I'm like, oh goodness, it just happened a month ago! Do I not have it together or is it OK to keep daydreaming?" The "Never Been Kissed" star said on "Good Morning America."
If Barrymore marries Kopelman, this will be the actress' third marriage and fifth engagement, after a series of failed relationships.
Barrymore had her first engagement to Leland Hayward at the tender age of 16, although this only lasted a few months.
One year later in 1992 she became engaged to musician and actor Jamie Walters, but again this lasted a very short period.
The actress then proceeded to endure two failed marriages first with British bar owner Jeremy Thomas, and followed it with her marriage to Canadian comedian Tom Green, which ended in 2002.
Barrymore has been linked to Kopelman, an art consultant, since February of last year.