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Steal Natalie Portman's Flowing Red Carpet Maternity Looks

She's a red carpet babe with a bump! Since announcing her pregnancy (and engagement) just before the New Year, Natalie Portman has not gone a week without at least one photographer-filled event. With a critically acclaimed, award-nominated role to celebrate and a new fun flick to premiere, the mama-to-be has a calendar packed with red carpet entrances. While other celebrities have opted for body-curving styles in the past, the first-time mama appears to have her eye on more loose fitting frocks this year. The look flatters early pregnancy bellies, informing onlookers that there is indeed a baby on the way.

For women looking to copy the Golden Globe winner's look at an upcoming event, steer clear of typical empire waist gowns and go for a more flowing look. Natalie's Golden Globes afterparty look, a pleated, trapeze-style Azzaro dress, can be achieved with Maternal America's Gold Band Maxi Dress ($136), while her draped, strapless Viktor & Rolf look for the show can be copied with ABS Collection's Sleeveless Rosette Details Maternity Dress ($400). Her one-shouldered Critics' Choice Awards look is very similar to Everly Gray's Maternity 'Jane' One Shoulder Dress ($45). For the more casual premiere of No Strings Attached, Olian's Venicia Maxi Dress ($138) achieves the same peephole look as her Vena Cava gown.

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