“NCIS” fans have been through a lot over the past 19 seasons. To date, the show holds a title as the second-longest-running scripted, non-animated US primetime show on the air (try saying that five times fast). Throughout the almost two decades of runtime, the cast has seen favorites come and go. One of these exits involved Emily Wickersham who left her Special Agent Eleanor Bishop character at the end of the 18th season of “NCIS.”
At the end of the day, though, her fanbase remained loyal and has kept tabs on her since. She keeps a pretty active social media presence, too, so fans have been able to keep up with her relationship, fishing trips, and art. Most recently, she shared another snap that fits into that latter category. Actually, one of her very talented friends created an “amazing” portrait of her that she couldn’t help but share.
A Friend Helps ‘NCIS’ Alum Emily Wickersham Celebrate Her Pregnancy
Here’s the stunning black-and-white portrait that Emily Wickersham shared to her 347k Instagram followers today, November 14th. It shows a pregnant Wickersham outfitted in a black bikini as she looks down.
Check it out:
The caption reveals that the portrait comes from Wickersham’s friend, Langley Fox. A quick peep at Langley’s Instagram account lets you know that she’s an artist that’s “good with a pencil.” Langley also commented on the photo calling the “NCIS” alum her “muse.”
Now, fans keeping up with Emily Wickersham might recognize the pose and scene from the portrait in a past snap from the star. More specifically, it comes from the star’s pregnancy announcement taken back in July, approximately 15 weeks ago.
Here’s that photo for reference, in case you want to compare the two:
Thanksgiving Plans and Fall Fashion
In the past, Emily Wickersham talked to Good Housekeeping about her life outside of acting. Cooking is one of several topics that came up, especially in relation to Thanksgiving. That’s good timing with the holiday just around the corner, but don’t expect Wickersham to put on the chef hat this year. She says cooking is just not her forte.
“I’m not the best in the kitchen, but if someone gives me something to do, I can do it. I’m a good teammate. Come Thanksgiving time, I kind of just do what my mom tells me to. I can put the turkey in the oven and make a mean salad, but that’s the extent of it!”
And as for fall fashion, “I love a good plaid situation,” she says. “A plaid blouse or shirt paired with jeans is a no-brainer outfit — it takes me back to grade school.”