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
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
The June 1999 cover’s subtitle didn’t try to hide its inspiration: “Move over, Demi.”
Photo Source: W magazine
Something tells us the jacket wouldn’t zip.
Photo Source: Marie Claire
Ooh, baby baby. The pop princess’s pregnancy spread shifted her image from Lolita to Madonna.
Photo Source: Harper’s Bazaar
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
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
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
The Fresh Prince and Third Watch alum’s Ebony cover shows women of color can rock the bare bump as well.
Photo Source: Ebony