Pregnant Emma Roberts may not be revealing how far along she is in her pregnancy, but her baby bump is certainly getting larger. Emma’s been wearing a number of beautiful and feminine styles to accommodate her growing belly and she seems to favor the comfort of mini dresses. Now, several photos of Emma Roberts wearing two different mini dresses are also going viral.
Though Emma Roberts is pregnant, don’t expect her to disappear from television and movies after the baby is born. The American Horror Story actress has signed a first-look deal with Hulu so there are plenty of future opportunities for Emma to appear on the network!
In the photo that you may see below, Emma Roberts wore the Printed Mini Dress by Zara. The dress retails for $44.62 and features a plunging, V-neckline, and feminized sleeves with ruching. Emma protected her eyes with a pair of District 2003 cat-eye frame sunglasses in black.
For a purse, Emma carried the Celine Medium C Bag. Emma was out and about running errands and protected herself by wearing the customized “Oh Hey” face mask by Ahida.
You may see the photo of Emma Roberts wearing the mini-dress below.
In the second photo that you may see below, Emma Roberts celebrated her long-time manager’s David Sweeney’s birthday with a family dinner.
Emma stood to the side and put her baby bump on full display. Many people found that the photo showed off Emma’s belly better than many of her other pictures.
Emma wore the J.Crew Ruffleneck Tiered Popover dress in a leopard print. The dress costs approximately $128.
What do you think about Emma’s latest photos wearing mini dresses? Do you like the look on her? Though Emma’s belly is getting much bigger, she doesn’t seem to be wearing traditional maternity dresses.
Are you looking forward to seeing Emma Roberts’ upcoming program on Hulu now that she has a first-look deal?
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