Kourtney Kardashian stuffs her pregnant belly into stretchy dress
Kourtney Kardashian stuffs her pregnant belly into stretchy dress for Beverly Hills meeting
She will soon be a mother to her third little one.
And on Wednesday Kourtney Kardashian shimmied herself into a stretchy little black dress that showed off her very pregnant midsection as she dashed off to a meeting in Beverly Hills.
The 35-year-old E! star looked more casual than usual as she stepped outside her black SUV without her two children or long-term boyfriend Scott Disick.
Kourtney piled her chocolate brown tresses up into a messy top bun, allowing a few loose locks to dangle along the side of her forehead.
She gazed through a pair of sunglasses, and appeared to have stepped out with minimal make-up on.
The mother-of-two teamed her very curve-hugging dress with a dark denim jacket, and held onto a large (and stuffed) leather backpack.
Polishing off her trendy look were a pair of black suede shoes, giving the petite starlet a slight boost in height.
Later she was seen leaving a building with full hair and makeup done. She was most likely shooting scenes for the 10th season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Also on Wednesday Disick was seen leaving a studio in LA by himself. He appeared downcast as he walked through a parking lot wearing a black T-shirt and blue jeans with brown shoes.
Kourtney and Scott are reportedly due to welcome another little girl, and it is said Kourtney will give birth just before the Thanksgiving holiday in November.
The lovebirds are also parents to son Mason, aged four, and daughter Penelope, aged two.
In the meantime, the fall and winter collection of the Kardashian Kollection will soon be available on the racks of Lipsy London.
The Kardashian Kollection was the subject of some critcism by Wall Street Journal fashion reporter Teri Agins, who trashed the clothing in her book Hijacking the Runway: How Celebrities Are Stealing The Spotlight From Fashion Designers.
Teri recalled inspecting the line at a Sears store in Yonkers, New York in 2013, and the journalist did not shy away from giving her thoughts on the pieces.
Upon browsing marked-down KK items, Teri wrote in her book: 'When I commented that the "sale" price reflected the true value of the shoddy collection, even the saleswoman couldn't disagree.'
She also said the items looked and felt like Halloween costumes.
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