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Jessica Alba's Covered-Up Maternity Style: Jessica Knows How to Hide her Baby Bump! (Photos)

By TheMommyologist |

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Jessica Alba's baby bump is barely visible.

Did you wear body hugging clothes when you were pregnant, or did you try and cover up your belly as best you could? Personally, I went for a mixture of both. At the beginning of my pregnancy, I tried to cover my bump because it was tough to tell whether I had a baby growing inside of me or a muffin top. Towards the end, however, there was no hiding that big old belly of mine!

One pregnant celebrity who really knows how to hide her baby bump at all stages of pregnancy is Jessica Alba. Forget form-fitting maternity clothes…Jessica goes for comfortable, loose styles that conceal her growing belly from the flashing cameras that follow her every move.

Take a look at this photo of Jessica. If you didn’t know for a fact that she was pregnant, would you think that she was hiding a baby bump under that shirt?

Another factor that helps Jessica’s covered-up maternity look is the busy scarf she’s wearing. When looking at her, the eye is immediately drawn to the scarf instead of her growing belly.

To see Jessica’s other strategies for keeping her baby bump under wraps, check out our slide show below.

Photos: Pacific Coast News

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Pregnant Jessica Alba Has Many Strategies For Hiding Her Baby Bump (Photos)

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Mary Fischer is the author of The Mommyologist, a blog where she laughs at how life has changed since her son entered the picture. She has been featured in The New York Times and CNN.com. Before becoming a full-time writer for The Stir, she dished out celeb gossip for Babble and wrote for CBS CT.

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