Lauren Conrad shows off baby bump during event in Los Angeles
7 February 2017 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Lauren Conrad recently stepped out over the weekend to show off her baby bump weeks after she announced that she is having her first child with her husband William Tell.
The former reality star attended Rebecca Minkoff’s spring 2017 fashion show in Los Angeles on Sunday. The former “Hills” star wore a white lacey off shoulder dress and her bump was accentuated with her choice of clothing. The soon-to-be mother’s dress was a Rebecca Minkoff Morongo Dress. She completed the look with Ray-Ban aviators and a Christy Ankle tie back high heel sandals. Her engagement ring was also on full display.
Conrad promoted her fair trade store called The Little Market at the shopping center after the fashion show. She was also photographed chatting with friends during the outing. The other people who attended the fashion show are Keke Palmer and Camila Alves .
During the fashion show, Conrad said that she does not need to buy maternity clothes in order to accommodate her changing shape due to her pregnancy. She revealed that she still wears things from her everyday wardrobe as long as it still fits her. Her go-to look now that she is pregnant are knit dresses and long cardigans.
She and her husband announced on Jan. 1 that they are expecting their bundle of joy via Instagram showing a sonogram and saying in the caption that she believes 2017 would be the best year yet.
However, it has not been easy for the former “Laguna Beach” reality star as she wrote on her laurenconrad.com website that she is not happy with some people dealing with her pregnancy. She wrote that she is in her second trimester and The Paper Crown designer complained on her post that there are some rules to follow when dealing with a pregnant woman. She said that touching her bump is not okay even if they are close friends or relatives if they do not ask her first if it is okay.
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