Keira Knightley in custom-made Michael Van Der Ham
Keira Knightley continued her streak of fabulous maternity wear dressing as she attended a private screening of The Imitation Game alongside co-star Benedict Cumberbatch and her husband James Righton last night.
Wearing a custom-made, contrasting print dress by London Fashion Week designer Michael Van Der Ham, which she teamed with a pair of silver metallic courts, Keira looked stunning as she headed into the ceremony which comes just a few days the BAFTAs on Sunday.
While not everyone is lucky enough to have a talented fashion designer knock them up a beautiful frock, we can at least get some great style inspiration from Ms Knightley - whether we're pregnant or not.
Clearly favouring the midi-length belly-skimming dresses, the 29-year-old has stepped out in some seriously stylish frock these past couple of months.
From the marigold yellow Hermes number she wore to a BAFTA Tea Party, to the purple Erdem at the SAGs and patterned Chanel at the PGAs, Keira shows that you don't need elasticated waistbands or frumpy smocks to dress a baby bump.
And with the actress being nominated for a BAFTA as well as an Oscar, we've got at least two more red carpet outings from Ms Knightley this month to swoon over...