Last year, 2019 was no different in witnessing expecting women grace the red carpet at the annual Academy Awards red carpet.
Kyrsten Ritter, the Jessica Jonesstar debuted her baby bump at the 2019 Oscars cradling her stomach on the red carpet while wearing a lacy maroon gown next to boyfriend Adam Granduciel.
In 2016, A glowing Emily Blunt went pink and jewels in 2016 while waiting for the birth of her second child with husband, John Krazinski.In 2017, Ciara looked regal in crimson velour with a jeweled choker at the annual Vanity Fair Oscar Party in 2017 while carrying her and husband Russell Wilson‘s first child together.
In 2016, model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looked glam at the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party afterparty with her husband, Jason Statham, wearing a one shoulder Versace gown with Nirav Modi earrings.
Also that year, Lipsync Battle host Chrissy Teigen radiated in a Marchesa gown while expecting her second child with husband John Legend.
In 2012,Adele welcomed her first child, son Angelo, and the next year, she won an Oscar for Best Song for the and explained having to express breast milk in the bathroom to relieve her engorged breast.
The “Rolling in the Deep” singer missed out on having to be heavily pregnant on the red carpet like several of her fellow A-listers in year’s past.
Oscar has played host to several heavily pregnant
In 1992, Susan Sarandon was almost due with her son Miles whom she welcomed (with then-beau Tim Robbins) when she was nominated for her role in Thelma & Louise at age 47. (She didn’t win but was nominated 5 times and won Best Actress in 1996 for her role in Dead Man Walking.)
In 1998, Glen Close was 8-months pregnant when nominated for Fatal Attraction.In 2000, four-time Academy Award nominee Annette Bening was nominated for her role in American Beauty at almost 8 months pregnant with her fourth child with husband Warren Beatty, daughter Ella.
In 2003, Catherine Zeta-Jones accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Chicago while almost full term with daughter Cary with husband .
In 2004, Marcia Gay-Harden was nominated for her role in Mystic River, while pregnant with twins!
In 2006,Rachel Weisz was 7-months preggers with her and
then-boyfriend Darren Aronofsky when she won the Best Supporting Actress trophy for The Constant Gardner.
In 2008, while expecting daughter Honor, Jessica Alba shone in a purple Marchesa gown at the Oscars.
In 2010, Paula Patton was seven months pregnant and rocking a Caroline Herrera gown on the red carpet while awaiting the birth of her son Julian with then husband Robin Thicke. !
In 2011, Black Swan star Natalie Portman was 6 months pregnant with her and her choreographer husband Benjamin Millepied, first son, Aleph when she accepted her Best Actress award.
In 2013, while still married to Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan wore a black lace Rachel Roy gown to the Oscars while very preggers.
In 2014, although Kerry Washington was not nominated for an Oscar, she did attend, cradling the baby bump from her first child, Isabelle.
Also that year, Olivia Wilde walked the red carpet in a black Valentino gownwhile a couple months away from welcoming her first child, Otis, withher husband, fellow actor, Jason Sudeikis
That same year, Chris Hemsworth ’s wife, Elsa Pataky in 2014 wore blue sequins but maybe made a fashion mistake of wearing it under and not on top of her belly.
First-time mom-to-be Krysten Ritter showed off her baby bump at the premiere of the third and last season of her Netflix Marvel show Jessica Jones in a fire engine red bump-hugging Rodarte dress.
“This super pregnant superhero had lots of fun at the #jessicajones season 3 premiere celebrating the final 13 episodes!” the actress captioned an Instagram post about the event celebrating the season.
The Breaking Bad actress didn’t stay away from the sizzle while donning her signature dark cat-eye makeup, crimson lip and jet black hair in loose waves in ankle strap metallic red heels.
This will be her first child with boyfriend of 5 years Adam Granduciel of the band The War on Drugs.
Though Netflix canceled Jessica Jones, a Marvel series about a super strong private detective, Hulu’s senior vice president of originals Craig Erwich told The Wrap that the streaming service may revive the series, along with Iron Fist, Luke Cage, The Punisher, Jessica Jones, and Daredevil.