It’s a Hollywood baby boom. And what better way to celebrate high-profile baby bumps than with funky fashions?!
We’ve only caught a glimpse of Kate Middleton‘s maternity style with two different outfits — but so far, we approve! After leaving the hospital in December, Kate looked chic in a navy coat accessorized with a light blue scarf while holding a bouquet of yellow roses. And last month, we caught our first glimpse of her barely there belly in a gray Max Mara wrap dress. All eyes will be on the Duchess of Cambridge, 31, in the following months as her baby bump continues to grow.
From Hollywood glam, to skinny jeans and scarves, to feminin floral dresses, Kristen Bell has dressed to impress during her first pregnancy. At the Golden Globe Awards in January, theHouse of Lies star, 32, radiated the red carpet in an embellished floor-length Jenny Packham gown.
Mom-to-be Holly Madison has been hitting the Las Vegas circuitover the past few months. Embracing her growing belly in form fitting dresses, the Playboy model, 33, has been rocking her baby bump on the red carpet.
From rocker chic, to maxi dresses and scarves, to red carpet radiant, Malin Akerman has been leading the way in top maternity trends this season. In November, the Rock of Ages actress, 32, wowed in an all black ensemble while showcasing her barely therebaby bump. As her belly has grown, she has embraced the curves with tight dresses and tops. Such a stunning mom-to-be!
Black Eyed Peas frontwoman Fergie announced her pregnancy news last month. And since then, all eyes have been on the singer-fashion designer, 37, as she dresses her lovely baby bump. From all black chic, to layers and scarves, to flowing and feminin, the Grammy Award-winning singer is mixing up the maternity trends during her first pregnancy.
She’s received quite a lot of buzz about her maternity style so far! But what else would you expect from the 32-year-old reality star, Kim Kardashian? She wowed in white on the red carpet, she raised eyebrows in high-waisted peplum pants, and she even wore a see-through blouse during her first pregnancy. We can’t wait to see how the mom-to-be continues to dress her growing baby bump.
Mom-to-be Jenna Dewan-Tatum has been dressing her growing belly in feminin maxi dresses, skinny jeans and layers, and even glam red carpet gowns. Always adding the perfect denim jacket or accessory, the Step Up star, 32, has been dressing to impress during her first pregnancy.
During her second pregnancy, Jessica Simpson has looked radiant in black fitted outfits, partnered with chic jackets. From a pretty pink blazer, to modern military jackets, the singer-turned-fashion-designer, 32, is keeping things trendy as her baby bump grows.
Cougar Town star Busy Philipps has been looking feminin chic in patterned maternity maxi dresses with flats and fitted red carpet gowns during her second pregnancy. Admitting this pregnancy has been “harder” than her first, the actress, 33, is opting for trendy yet comfortable maternity fashions this time around.
Although she welcomed her first child “The Dash” last month, we’d be remiss not to mention the maternity fashions of Amber Rose. The model mom, 29, embraced her growing baby bump throughout her first pregnancy with form fitting dresses, polka dots and caps.
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