Heavily Pregnant Drew Barrymore Looks Radiant In Sunshine-Yellow Dress For Star-Studded Cinema Con Event

Drew Barrymore

by Emmeline Saunders |
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If you’ve exceeded your eighth month of pregnancy, you’ll know just how tough it is to dress your bumpwhen your baby is promising to make an appearance any day now.

So props to heavily pregnant Drew Barrymore, 39, who wore not one but TWO gorgeous gowns when she turned up to the Cinema Con event in Las Vegas yesterday.

The Hollywood actress, who announced her pregnancy in mid-December, picked a simple sunshine-yellow dress with an embroidered skirt for her first walk down the red carpet at the Big Picture Event at Caesar's Palace.

She teamed the summery frock with nude snakeskin peep-toe heels and minimal jewellery as she posed for snaps.

Later on yesterday evening, she slipped into a floor-length black, red and cream gown for The Big Screen Achievement Awards ceremony, where she picked up the gong for Female Star of the Year.

Drew switched up her look for the glamorous nighttime event by adding a slick of bright red lipstick and styling her long ombre locks over one shoulder.

While Drew has not discussed her due date, she is thought to be expecting her second daughter by husband Will Kopelman some time in April.

She confirmed the sex of the baby back in December while accepting an award for her cosmetics line, Flower Beauty.

‘I am so proud to accept this in celebration of women, including my daughter and my future daughter,’ she said.

The baby will be a little sister to Olive, one.

What do you think of Drew’s pregnancy style? Share your own tips for dressing a big bump below.

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