Gwen Stefani Leads The Pregnant Selfie Trend

Gwen Stefani looks almost ready to pop as she shows off her baby bump in a full-length selfie.

First Kristin Cavallari and now Gwen Stefani – celebs are loving a pregnancy selfie. The No Doubt singer, 44, showed off her baby bump in a black bodycon dress and skintight leather trousers and stilettos.

Gwen Stefani posted the image to her Twitter account on Tuesday, with the caption, 'bump it #allblack #inappropriateshoes #capturethemoment #miracle'

The singer who’s about seven months pregnant flaunted her slender frame and big baby bump in a block black look and amazingly, still in stilettos.

Last week, a smiling Stefani who’s already mum to Kingston, seven and Zuma, five, confirmed on Instagram that she is expecting her third son with husband Gavin Rossdale.  The pregnancy picture was captioned, ‘I was ready to hand over the crown.  But I guess I am still queen of the house. #itsaboy #surroundedbyboys.’

Gwen Stefani announced her pregnancy on Instagram

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