While we await the birth of Colombian superstar Shakira and Spanish soccer player Gerard Piqué’s baby (she’s reportedly due today), we thought we’d take a look back at the best of the sexy mama’s baby bumps. We all can aspire to look like her when were pregnant!
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The epitome of hot pregnant woman: Shakira poses with her baby bump in a white satin gown.
A super pregnant Shakira stepped out last week with her boo of two years, Gerard Piqué, to attend the launch of At Wind And At Random, a book written by her father, William Mebarak. Opting for all-black, the sexy singer wore a sparkly top, tight leggings, and her signature high heeled boots.
A dressed down Shakira, 35, and boyfriend Gerard Piqué, 25, check up on their almost completed home in Barcelona. The couple purchased the large home in Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona last year and hired a crew to work on it so it's the perfect love nest for the growing family.
Proof that pregnant women can wear heels! A high heeled boot-clad Shakira and her baby-daddy-to-be Gerard Piqué walked hand-in-hand in Barcelona as they headed to the movie theatre to watch Skyfall.
Shakira rocked a baby bump at a concert in Baku, Azerbaijan on October 14, 2012. The "Hips Don't Lie" singer tweeted before the show, "In a few minutes it will be our baby's first time on stage and precisely at a football event! Magic Shak."
All black everything! At 8 months pregnant, Shakira showed no signs of slowing down. She was spotted doing Christmas shopping in Barcelona wearing no makeup and an all-black ensemble that included sexy heeled ankle boots. That's what we're talking about!
Her bump doesn't lie! Shakira tweeted this pic of her and her beau saying, “Podría estar 9 meses más así! I could have another 9 months like this! Shak” We couldn't be happier for the parents-to-be!
The singer-slash-philanthropist and her soccer player boyfriend pose semi-nude for their virtual UNICEF baby shower. Guests can go online and donate $5 to $110 to help buy mosquito nets to prevent children from contracting malaria, vaccines to protect kids from polio infections, baby-weighing scale to monitor their growth, oral rehydration salts, and therapeutic food.