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Mum-to-be Lily Allen hides pregnancy bump

Self-conscious pregnant singer wears trainers on stage after her boyfriend bans her high-heels

Posted: 9 August 2010
by Kyrsty Hazell
Lily Allen was happy to announce her pregnancy news - but hid under layers of clothing at The Big Chill!
Lily Allen covered up during her performance at The Big Chill

Dressed down songstress Lily Allen gave her last pre-baby performance at the weekend at The Big Chill festival and seemed to come over all shy about revealing her growing baby bump.

The excited mum-to-be announced her baby joy last week but judging by her oversized lumberjack shirt, jeans and trainer look, the 25-year-old didn’t seem keen on showing off her newly pregnant curves. The usually glam singer banned all official photographers and blamed her pregnancy on the reason why she ditched her signature dresses and heels.

“Excuse my casual attire but I’m pregnant and this is called The Big Chill,” she told the audience. Explaining why she opted for Converse trainers instead of her sky scraping high heels, she revealed her boyfriend Sam Cooper had come over all protective over her and stopped her from wearing them. “I packed high heels but my boyfriend unpacked them. He told me I’m not wearing high heels on stage.”

Maybe Sam had read recent reports that wearing high heels during pregnancy increase the risks of long-term foot problems.

Have you ditched your heels during your pregnancy?


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