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Maternity Products Celebrities Swear By

It’s not all bizarre treatments and expensive lotions for pregnant celebrities – in fact they often use the same pre- and post-baby products as the rest of us. From Gwyneth Paltrow to Rochelle Humes, take a look at how these celebrities took care of themselves, their bodies and their babies…
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Kourtney Kardashian

While pregnant with her second child Penelope, Kourtney got clued up on how to make sure her son Mason wouldn’t feel ignored once his sister arrived by reading Loving Each One Best by Nancy Samalin and Catherine Whitney. [REX]
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Ashlee Simpson

Jessica’s younger sister used the Cinch Tummy Wrap to help shed her baby weight once her son Bronx was born. [REX]
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Angelina Jolie

The mum of six opted to use Shea Terra Organics Mama’s Gold Stretch Mark Prevention and Treatment Oil while pregnant, which is 100 per cent natural and helps skin stretch as you grow. [REX]
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Jessica Alba

Jessica admitted that one of her favourite pregnancy products were Maternity Spanx, which helped keep the actresses’ already-enviable figure looking streamlined. [REX]
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Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwynnie reportedly used the Mustela Nine Months Post-Partum Body Restructing Gel after giving birth to her two kids. The product helps firms up slackened skin and improves skin quality. [REX]
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Milla Jovovich

The Resident Evil actress confessed to using the Mama Mio Tummy Rub Better during pregnancy to help prevent stretch marks. [REX]
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Rochelle Humes

The Saturdays singer used a pregnancy pillow to help her sleep while pregnant with her daughter Alaia-Mai. But somehow she managed to get stuck in it, tweeting, ‘No matter how tired I am I’m finding it so hard to sleep…I feel like a have a football team in my stomach. I did get a pregnancy pillow which helps a bit but I feel like I’m stuck in it. Haha I cant roll over… anyone else?’ [REX]
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Kim Kardashian

While Kim may dress herself in the best of the best, one of her favourite pregnancy products doesn’t cost much at all. The reality star used Bio Oil on her skin to help minimise stretch marks – and, from what we can see, it seems to have paid off. [REX]
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Denise Van Outen

Denise credits Palmers Cocoa Butter massage lotion for keeping her stretch-mark free during her pregnancy. ‘I used the Stretch Mark Creams all through my pregnancy and I don’t have any stretch marks,’ she said. [REX]
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Victoria Beckham

VB shared her top pregnancy product with her fans on Twitter. The designer tweeted a pic of the Elemis Japanese Camellia Oil Blend with the caption, ‘Pregnancy tip! I have used this through every pregnancy, it’s amazing.’ [REX]
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Gwen Stefani

Gwen was spotted wearing Sea Band wristbands just before she announced she if you suffer from morning sickness. [REX]

What maternity products can you not live without? Let us know in the comments box below.

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