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Three, Six, Nine… Get Your Pregnancy Style From The Stars

Take inspiration from the most fashionable mums-to-be in tinsel town, so you can stay looking and feeling great throughout your pregnancy, whatever the trimester.
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Natalia Vodianova

At Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014, three months pregnant supermodel Natalia works girly-grunge style – perfect for a weekend coffee with the girls. Image: REX
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Blazer, £24.99,

A chic white blazer can be dressed down with jeans and a tee during the day or glammed up with a LBD and heels in the evening.
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This graphic shift dress will fit over your growing bump, and is a great way to work low-key print and colour into your look.
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Shoulder Bag, £59,

As well as being durable and practical in the wet weather, this bag's a classic design will never go out of style.
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Biker Boots, £110,

Heavy-duty biker boots are super stylish and great for giving extra support to swollen pregnancy feet.
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Texturising spray, £6.99,

Make the most of your thicker pregnancy hair and spray this in to create waves and volume.
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Drew Barrymore

Attending a New York fragrance launch, six months pregnant Drew Barrymore opts for an angelic Marc Jacobs ivory empire line dress that flatters her growing bump. Image: Getty
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Ballerina Dress, £59,

This gives you a waist (even when yours has disappeared) and you can show off your blossoming pregnancy figure.
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Soft Coral Lipstick, £19,

Liven up a monochrome outfit with a slash of bright lippy. This one comes in 15 shades, so there’s one to suit every complexion.
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Bomber Jacket, £49,

Liven up maternity basics by opting for a faux pony skin jacket instead of plain black for instant glamour.
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Brooch, £10,

Add character to your outfit with a vintage brooch – great for pinning together a shawl to fit over your growing bump.
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Shoes, £79,

An ankle strap gives your statement stilettoes pregnancy-friendly stability.
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Holly Valance

Nine months pregnant Holly celebrated her pregnancy curves in this monochrome dress shortly before giving birth to baby Luka in November 2013. Image: REX
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Dress, £45,

This jersey dress is perfect for stretching over your bump, but can also be worn after your baby has arrived.
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Earrings, £4,

Get instant glam with these statement earrings that look great with a sophisticated up-do or low-maintenance loose hair.
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Bag, £39.99,

With clip-on strap that can be hidden away, this stylish bag doubles as a clutch or crossbody bag.
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Blazer, £27.99,

Sharpening up any outfit, a blazer is a great pregnancy buy. If you can’t fasten it up, just wear it as an on trend ‘shoulder robe.’
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Patent Shoes, £85,

For the later stages of your pregnancy, wedge heels will keep you stable and a nude shade goes with every outfit.
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