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Famous (and Infamous) Celeb Pregnancy Pics

  • Hilary Duff

    Over the holidays, Hilary Duff extended season’s greetings to her Twitter followers with a snapshot of her bare and festively painted baby bump. She’s not the first expectant celebrity to expose a curiously stretch-mark free bun in the oven to a photographer’s bright lights. Click on for the most famous baby-bump pictures to ever grace magazine covers and social media. _Photo Source: Twitter_
  • Demi Moore

    The belly that launched a thousand pics. Demi Moore was the original A-lister to bare (almost) all for photographer Annie Leibovitz in 1991 while she was pregnant with her second daughter, Scout. The image, dubbed “More Demi Moore,” made the cover of _Vanity Fair_ and history. _Photo Source: Vanity Fair_
  • Cindy Crawford

    The June 1999 cover’s subtitle didn’t try to hide its inspiration: “Move over, Demi.” _Photo Source: W magazine_
  • Christina Aguilera

    Something tells us the jacket wouldn’t zip. _Photo Source: Marie Claire_
  • Britney Spears

    Ooh, baby baby. The pop princess’s pregnancy spread shifted her image from Lolita to Madonna. _Photo Source: Harper’s Bazaar_
  • Mariah Carey

    The songstress couldn’t keep “dem babies” under wraps. She Tweeted a pic of her twin-bearing belly painted with signature butterfly for Easter, then appeared au naturel in _Life & Style_ magazine. _Photo Source: Twitter; Life & Style Weekly_
  • Miranda Kerr

    The Victoria’s Secret model and Orlando Bloom’s baby mama also can’t keep her muumuu on. She posed for both _W_ and the hallowed fashion mag’s Down Under edition. _Photo Source: W magazine; Vogue Australia_
  • Claudia Schiffer

    The supermodel’s German cover hit stands almost twenty years after Demi’s original. Clearly this trend has legs (and boobs and a butt). _Photo Source: Vogue Germany_
  • Nia Long

    _The Fresh Prince_ and _Third Watch_ alum’s _Ebony_ cover shows women of color can rock the bare bump as well. _Photo Source: Ebony_

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