This past month saw red carpet season’s most gorgeous celebrity moms-to-be showing off their beautiful baby bumps in fabulous couture. We just had to do a red carpet bump round-up!

Keira Knightley

This stunning 29-year old actress had quite the busy month with her bump on the red carpet. She wowed in a floral embroidered tulle Valentino dress (above) at the 2015 Academy Awards and later slipped into yet another Valentino dress for the Vanity Fair after-party.

At the Chanel And Charles Finch Pre-Oscar Dinner at the Madeo Restaurant in Hollywood she wore a chic Chanel Couture dress. Tiers of pleated white chiffon cascaded from a shiny black bodice to just above her ankles. She teamed the dress with black high-heeled pumps.

And how sweet is this white lacy number from Burberry she wore at the 2015 Writers Guild Awards?

More floral with this monochrome Giambattista Valli Couture dress at the 2015 EE British Film Academy Film Awards.

Attending the Newport Beach Film Festival pre-BAFTA private reception at the ME Hotel in London she covered up her baby bump with a custom-made Michael Van Der Ham lace dress with empire waist and short sleeves.

Hilaria Baldwin

Looking sultry in a red mermaid-style gown from Carmen Marc Valvo, the 30-year old wife to Alec Baldwin stepped onto the red carpet at the 22nd annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party.

She chose to dress her bump in a classic fitted black dress from Azzedine Alaïa for the SNL 40th Anniversary Celebration at the Rockefeller Plaza.

Sophie Hunter

Isn’t Sophie Hunter and Benedict Cumberbatch a stunning couple? Just look at them at the 2015 Academy Awards! The 36-year old mom-to-be wore a racy red Lanvin dress with thigh-high split and paired it with strappy gold heels.

The soon-to-be-parents matched sleekly in black at the EE British Academy Film Awards with Sophie looking stunning in a floor length halterneck dress with bow back by Maison Margiela.

Isla Fisher

Leaping Llamas! How stunning is Isla Fisher’s gown by Tory Burch at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party? The 39-year old looks absolutely radiant next to dapper husband Sacha Baron Cohen.

Lisa Stelly

The 28-year old wife to Jack Osbourne made her baby bump red carpet debut in a floor-length black gown and diamond accessories at the 23rd annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party.

Molly Sims

This model mom couldn’t resist going to the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscars after-party… even though she was nine months pregnant! The 41-year old looked stunning with her big bump in a fitted blue turtleneck gown from Ezra Couture.

The stylish mom also made an appearance at the Tom Ford Fashion Show wearing a gown from the same designer, of course.

Showing off her toned legs and baby bump in a blue mini dress at the (RED) and Gilt Jewellery bash.

Jaime King

The 35-year old actress flaunted her growing baby bump in a stunning shimmery gold gown with plunging neckline by Altuzarra.

Emilie Livingston

Wife to the actor Jeff Goldblum, 32-year old Emilie looked stunning in a black and cream-coloured gown at the 2015 Academy Awards. Looking at the dapper Jeff, it’s almost hard to believe he’s allready 62 years old.

While Jeff opted for black tie at the SNL 40th Anniversary Celebration. Emilie decided on a more casual short printed dress.

Miranda Howard

Actor Terrence Howard’s wife Miranda looked gorgeous in a black gown that hugged her bump in just the right ways at the 2015 Academy Awards.

Coco Rocha

The 26-year old pregnant fashion model Coco Rocha attended the 2015 amfAR New York Gala in a beautiful red satin Zac Posen gown.

She looked chic at her Modern Princess Collection launch for HSN in a black mini dress, stockings, suede heels and a white jacket with brocade pattern – all pieces from the line.

Coco looking rock chick-cool in leather by Diesel at the Diesel Black Gold show at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015.

Stylish in Rebecca Minkoff at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015.

Which red carpet bump style is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below.

Celinda Marais

I'm a lover of the whimsical, the fantastical and all things darling. I believe words carry with them an immense power to shape the imaginary into something tangible and real. In a life reimagined I would probably live life as a talking fox in a woodland fairytale. Either that or I'd be able to crochet llama-hats for little'uns while running my children's bookshop fashioned to Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium. After all, if we don't grow up too much, we'll still believe in faith, hope, love, trust and a pinch of pixie dust...