And the prize for best dressed this weekend goes to... Jennifer Lawrence. The actor arrived at the premiere of Don't Look Up, the latest blockbuster from Netflix, wearing a luminescent gown from Dior, as well as diamond frosting from Tiffany & Co.
As well as being a showstopping choice in its own right - the dress featured the kind of caped sleeves that are having a major moment on the red carpet scene (see also, Kate Middleton) - it also framed her bump beautifully and proved, yet again, that pregnancy doesn't have mean saying goodbye to your signature style.
As a house ambassador, Lawrence has worn many dresses from Dior - and this one features the same strikingly simple silhouette and modern approach to modesty that recalls some of their greatest collaborations.
Lawrence isn't the only star whose pregnancy wardrobe has proved that your style doesn't have to go on a nine-month hiatus. Jodie Turner-Smith served up killer looks on the red carpet well into her third trimester in 2020.
Ashley Graham, meanwhile, has continued to wear cut-out silk co-ords and playsuits with leather outerwear while pregnant with her second child.
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Meghan Markle, shaded beneath the sun-filled skies in LA, wore bespoke Caroline Herrera, a label she wore throughout her pregnancy with Archie, to announce baby number two.
Emrata strikes again, this time with the cool-girl combination of a beanie hat, faux-fur coat, slouchy jeans and a pair of spike-heeled boots from Yeezy.
Hilary Duff treated her bump to a blossom-printed frock and big earrings on her birthday.
Enjoying a babymoon with her husband, Emily Ratajkowski made loungewear look sexy in a tie-dye top and orange joggers.
A sequinned dress, preferably one with some stretch that can accommodate your expanding waistline, is also fair game, according to Mandy Moore.
Committing to sequins, Moore posted a picture of herself in a spangly purple skirt and matching roll neck for a virtual appearance.
Emily Ratajkowski certainly didn't alter her personal style during her pregnancy, as this black jersey dress paired with slouchy knee-high boots proves. Swap the heels for stomper boots, and this look could take you through all three trimesters (depending on the stretch-factor).
Emma Roberts had an excellent maternity wear wardrobe, and this combination of a loose-fitting slip skirt, a tee and backless loafers looks effortless.
Kelly Rowland, plus a pair of high-waisted trousers, proves that you don't have to hide away under baggy layers (although go right ahead if that floats your boat).
Elsa Hosk swaddled her bump in a printed dress and oversized sweater for a ramble through the countryside.
In cold weather, your bump's best friend will be knitted layers (don't forget the beanie) à la Romee Strijd.
Ciara gave birth to her third child last year, and we're still in love with this high-necked, thigh-slit dress she wore at Tom Ford.
Jodie Turner-Smith welcomed her baby last year, but not before giving a tour de force in pregnancy dressing on the promo trail for Queen & Slim. Responding to haters on Twitter, who criticised the crop top she wore on The Graham Norton Show, Turner-Smith said: '...gives zero fucks about your disdain for pregnant women's bodies on British television.' Quite right too.