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Baby. Baby. Baby. Our Favourite Looks From Kerry Washington Over The Last Nine Months

Ealier this week we found out that Scandal star, Kerry Washington, gave birth to her second child, Caleb Kelechi Asomugha (such a cute name). We have been loving her Glam looks throughout her pregnancy and her are just a few of our favourites.

The Reveal. We First found out the Kerry was pregnant on the steps of the MET (in Couture Marc Jacobs) at this year's MET Gala.
The Reveal. We First found out the Kerry was pregnant on the steps of the MET (in Couture Marc Jacobs) at this year’s MET Gala.
Here is in in June for the very first United State Of Women summit hosted by Michelle Obama.
Here is in in June for the very first United State Of Women summit hosted by Michelle Obama.
Here she is again at the White House for the WHCA Dinner
Here she is again at the White House for the WHCA Dinner
LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 18: Actress Kerry Washington attends the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
And more recently seen last month on this year’s Emmy Awards Red Carpet.
Its not just the Red Carpet that Kerry slays on. Her street style game is just as strong!
Its not just the Red Carpet that Kerry slays on. Her street style game is just as strong!

A lot of her looks this pregnancy have been with darker tone whilst her first had much more colours and prints. We’re taking notes Kerry!

Did we miss out any? What’s been your favourite Kerry look over the last nine months Glam Squad?


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Ama Badu

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