Pregnant Emma Roberts’ 50s Chic Polka Dot Outfit: ‘Baby Doll Dress Has a New Meaning’
She is expecting her first child.
And Emma Roberts sat down in front of her mirror to take a selfie, in which she wore a pink silk polka-dot dress on Saturday.
Julia Roberts’ 29-year-old niece paired her 1950s chic ensemble with a pair of gleaming black leather Mary Janes.
Fifties Chic: Emma Roberts sat in front of her mirror to take a selfie, in which she wore a pink silk polka-dot dress on Saturday
Emma, who is expecting her beau Garrett Hedlund, gave the caption: ‘Baby doll dress has full meaning.’
That day she kept swinging to take a mirror selfie of the same couple in her Insta Stories.
Emma revealed on a photo that she was in a $ 450 spring prairie dress by Batsheva and her platform pumps were Miu Miu.
Look: Emma revealed on a photo that she was in a $ 450 spring prairie dress by Batsheva and her platform pumps were Miu Miu
She also tagged coiffe Kylie Heath and makeup artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua and stylist sisters-in-law Brit and Cara Elkin.
The Scream Queens star officially confirmed in late August that she and Garrett were awaiting the arrival of their first-born child.
Emma posted a cute Instagram album of her own, sitting by the window with two of her favorite friends, Garrett and their upcoming baby son.
Mother to Be: The Scream Queens star officially confirmed in late August that she and her boyfriend Garrett Hedlund were waiting for their first newborn to arrive
Her comments were relied upon by celebrities to congratulate her, including her Scream Queens co-star Lee Mitchell and her aunt Julia who wrote: ‘Love you.’
The pregnancy was first confirmed in July by Emma’s mother Kelly, who replied: ‘Yes’ on Instagram when someone asked if Nancy Drew was expecting the actress.
That month one of our weekly sources claimed: ‘They know the sex of the baby, but are keeping it private for now. He has not taken any names yet. ‘
Side-by-side: Emma made a cute Instagram album of hers with two of her favorite friends, Garrett and his upcoming beloved son, sitting by the window