Last Updated on 5th June 2016

We’ve had a whole host of recent celebrity pregnancies and newbie mums who have brought a whole new meaning to ‘yummy mummy.’

Take Beyoncé, for example, who looked every inch the princess of pregnancy while she was expecting daughter Blue Ivy.

Her maternity style was just as mind blowing as her bootylicious stage outfits – OK, maybe not as eccentric, but who can forget that orange Lanvin gown at the 2011 VMA’s and all the lustworthy print and heels she wore during her pregnancy!

Hilary Duff is another example of ‘maternity chic’ at it’s best, as the 24-year-old starlet was seen in nothing less than bright blazers, killer heels and snap-worthy sunglasses throughout her pregnancy with baby Luca!

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Well, for all you expectant mums out there, pick up a style tip or two from your A-list bump-carrying counterparts, and check out the fabulous maternity range at Isabella Oliver – Kristin Cavallari, pictured above in the Ruched Tank Dress, is a big fan!

With everything from stylish dresses to comfortable loungewear and jackets, the maternity collection will ensure you remain fashionably kitted out during your pregnancy. Whoever said having children meant sacrificing style?

1. The Empire Wrap Dress, £95

2. Midi Ruched Skirt, £59

3. Cotton Summer Tunic, £89

4. Ruched Tank Dress, £95

5. Print Ruched Top, £75

6. The Loungewear Cardigan, £79

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7. The Tailored Trousers, £95

8. Bardot Jeans, £99

9. Cap Wrap Around Top, £69

10. The Everyday Blazer, £169

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