There was a time when motherhood, and even marriage, was a taboo for the divas in the Hindi film industry but things have changes a great deal now. Some of the top actresses in the industry, including Kajol, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Shilpa Shetty, are married and have kids, and are still going strong. Of late, Kareena Kapoor Khan has emerged as the style icon, celebrating her pregnancy as the best thing that has happened to her. The gorgeous actress, soon to be a proud mommy, is redefining motherhood as she steps out in sexy dresses for women, each time looking better than the last.
Here are some amazing looks Kareena has been spotted in during her pregnancy:
Angelic in White
Kareena looks angelic in this lovely white gown at a recent photo shoot as she glows with her pregnancy approaching its end. With this lovely look, she proves that pregnancy time is good enough to flaunt sexy dresses for women. And there is no reason to feel conscious about your baby bump.
Resplendent in Red
In her latest red carpet appearance at an awards function, Kareena flaunts one of the prettiest red dresses that make her look absolutely resplendent and radiant. The off-shoulder gown offers an easy fit yet make her look like the sexiest mommy-to-be on the planet.
Pretty in Polka Dots
Check out the next one, in which Bebo sets an example for pregnant women to look third charming best in pretty maxi dresses for women. She features a relaxed vibe in this lovely polka dotted maxi that has a front button placket for comfortable wear.
Stunning in Black
Next comes the stunning casual one, in which the actress sports a relaxed outfit with a cool, fitted black tee and pants. There could not be a simpler way to dress, but Kareena proves how hot she can look despite that.
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