"Grey's Anatomy" fans can't help but notice Camilla Luddington's growing bump onscreen. As the actress says, there are only so many ways that the directors can hide her very real pregnancy bump, since her character Jo Wilson isn't pregnant. Eventually, she says they will have to use graphics to cover up the bump, since they can't use handbags and well-placed items with her character.

Luddington can't help but reach for her belly

Like many first-time moms, Luddington is currently enjoying her time being pregnant. The bump is growing and she just can't help but reach for it.

Of course, this is a problem for her character onscreen. In "Grey's Anatomy," Jo isn't pregnant, so there's no way that they can write Luddington's accidental movements into the script. Instead, she will have to look out for cues that she is unintentionally reaching for her bump while filming. If fans watch carefully, they may be able to see her reach for the bump now and then.

Fans have certainly noted that they can see her bump. Many have take to social media to laugh at how "Grey's Anatomy" hasn't even bothered to cover the bump anymore. Over the most recent episodes, it has become even more visible and fans just don't get why the pregnancy wasn't written into the show.

Hiding pregnancies in 'Grey's Anatomy'

This isn't the first time that a "Grey's Anatomy" actress has been pregnant during filming. In some cases, the pregnancy has been written in. In Season 2, Miranda Bailey had a baby because actress Chandra Wilson was pregnant in real-life. A heartbreaking storyline for April and Jackson was written into Season 11, after Sarah Drew announced that she was pregnant.

However, plenty of other pregnancies have been covered up. Jessica Capshaw, who plays Arizona Robbins, has had three of her pregnancies covered up, with the most recent at the end of Season 12. Ellen Pompeo's character Meredith Grey was placed in a bed for some of Season 5 since her baby bump couldn't be hidden, and Chyler Leigh's character developed a stress eating habit to cover up her weight gain during pregnancy.

What extremely lengths will "Grey's Anatomy" go to when covering up Luddington's pregnancy moving forward? Catch "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 on Thursdays at 8pm on ABC.