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'Saved by the Bell' Star Elizabeth Berkley Hides Baby Bump With A Gym Bag! (Photos)

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Elizabeth Berkley heads to Pliates class.

Saved by the Bell star Elizabeth Berkley is one of the newest members to our bump watch list as she recently announced her first pregnancy.

But seeing as how Berkley isn’t used to this fame game, she hit her prime during the Saturday morning teen soap’s run, she thinks it’s okay to hide her baby bump with a gym bag! Blasphemy!

Doesn’t she know we love seeing those baby bumps grow?

Eh, it’s okay. I’m sure Elizabeth will get a hang of it. And sooner or later, that gym bag won’t be able to conceal the growing baby bump.

Take a look at the photos below!


  • Elizabeth Berkley 1 of 5
    Elizabeth Berkley
    Pregnant star Elizabeth Berkley stays fit throughout her pregnancy as she leaves a pilates class in Los Angeles.
  • ‘Saved by the Bell’ Fame 2 of 5
    'Saved by the Bell' Fame
    We're sure Elizabeth hasn't been used to this type of attention since her days on 'Saved by the Bell.'
  • Covering the Baby Bump 3 of 5
    Covering the Baby Bump
    Elizabeth strategically keeps her baby bump covered the entire time with her gym bag.
  • All Black 4 of 5
    All Black
    Elizabeth has also been wearing black clothing since she announced she was pregnant.
  • Boy or Girl? 5 of 5
    Boy or Girl?
    Are you hoping Elizabeth has a boy or a girl?
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[Photos via Pacific Coast News.]

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