Celebs Give Big Bump New Maternity Line

“The Client List” star Jennifer Love Hewitt debuted her 15-piece maternity line on Tuesday night at a star-studded launch party in Beverly Hills. The line, which was designed exclusively for A Pea in the Pod, is focused on every stage of a woman’s pregnancy. So it was only fitting that the launch attracted a host of pregnant celebrities, all of whom are in different stages of pregnancy. Guests included “The Office” star Jenna Fisher, reality TV star Kendra Wilkenson, and General Hospital’s Teresa Castillo. One of the most talked-about attendees was “Smash” star Megan Hilty, who had only just announced her pregnancy a few days earlier. Sporting the beginnings of a baby bump, Hilty dressed herself in an eye-popping black and gold dress, showing that the actress/singer was not afraid of showing off her pregnancy body. She paired the dress with a cropped black blazer, black stockings and a black bag with gold chain.


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