Christina Milian is raising the bar for maternity clothing each and every day! The “Dip It Low” singer, 38, is just weeks away from welcoming her son with boyfriend Matt Pokora, 34, into the world, and she continues to turn out in tons of sexy styles. The fact that she has a massive, growing baby bump isn’t stopping her from wearing her favorite outfits, either. Take the outfit she wore for lunch on January 14 as proof. Christina rolled up to The Ivy with her best friend, WAGS star Nicole Williams, in tow, while rocking a slinky dress that put her bump on prominent display. Her outfit was casual, but chic; she paired the black tank dress with chunky Nikes, and draped a camel-colored blazer over her shoulders for a little warmth. Christina accessorized with a pair of gold hoop earrings, round sunglasses, and a trendy crossbody bag from Yves Saint Laurent. See a pic of her outfit below!
This is one of Christina’s tried and true favorite looks throughout her pregnancy. She wore the same blazer, also perched on her shoulders, the Yves Saint Laurent purse, and gold hoops while posing with her daughter on Instagram. The pic, taken at the Grove in Hollywood, shows the Grandfathered star and nine-year-old Violet Madison Nash, her daughter with ex-husband The-Dream, cuddling up close. She opted for a white tank dress instead of her latest black iteration. She went with a more mod look on January 9 by rocking a nearly sheer, white, ribbed minidress with a turtleneck. So fab!
Christina, who confirmed her pregnancy in July, got real with HollywoodLife about second time motherhood — including the power of pregnancy cravings. “The one craving I know I’ve had is pizza,” Christina admitted when she spoke to us at the H&M x Yellow Feather Fund event in September. “I had a pizza dream a couple of weeks ago and then for two weeks all I wanted was pizza. I had pizza.”
She hasn’t made Matt head out at 2:00am to grab her a slice, though! She also admitted that while she was worried at first about having a boy, she’d realized it’s going to be amazing. “I thought about the perks,” Christina said. ‘If I had two girls it would take me way longer to get dressed. If I had two girls, that means once puberty hits, two girls with two attitudes. I was like, ‘It might be a little bit different with boys. I think it’ll work out for me’”.