A pregnant Fergie ignored the usually conservative dress code to attend church in Beverly Hills, California, on Sunday. Well at least she was covered up. With husband Josh Duhamel by her side, the Black Eyed Peas star went for a sexy rather than maternity look. As if declaring ‘I’m pregnant but I’m still hot!’ the star confidently strode into church in leather pants and high heels. And these were not just any leather pants. Despite having to sit in church for a few hours, the 38-year-old ignored comfort and donned skin tight red leather pants that left nothing to the imagination.
Cropped to the on trend above the ankle length, the singer showed off her sky high white heels. Fergie covered up her bump in a wild abstract printed white T-shirt with a suit jacket, which the star rolled the sleeves up of revealing a contrasting striped fabric. The star gave her look a eccentric edge by accessorising it with a pair of Steam Punk welder metal sunglasses.
Her best accessory was of course a single pink carnation that may have been a gift for her husband on Mother’s Day. Josh dressed far more low key for their visit to the Good Shepard Catholic Church – Fergie was raised Roman Catholic. The 40-year-old wore blue jeans, a green plaid shirt and a pair of boots. The next time they head to church may be for their child’s christening.
Fergie has just a few months to go until the birth of her first child. The couple have already been preparing for their new addition’s arrival and Josh said after years of people asking when they would have children, the timing is finally right. He told People Magazine: ‘Now I get to relive my youth through my child and see my child live all that.
‘So everybody’s got a different path. I wouldn’t change anything. We’re completely happy. ‘We’re much wiser than we were 10 years ago. We’re much more ready. ‘I think we’re so strong as a couple and all of those things are really important when you bring a little one into the world.’
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