In February, news started circulating that everyone’s favourite couple, Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas, were expecting a baby. The pair remained silent, choosing not to comment on the speculation. Then, on a romantic quarantine stroll last month, the pair ended speculation and confirmed what we all had hoped: a baby Turner-Jonas was on the way. Halleluiah, praise the celebrity pregnancy gods.

Since then, we’ve seen snippets of Turner’s pregnancy style on a few post-lockdown walks with her husband, which has had one constant: leggings. On the aforementioned romantic stroll, Turner opted for a super comfy, dressed-down outfit which included black leggings, layered black tops, sunnies, a mask (they’ve both been practising diligent Coronavirus safety in matching masks) and what looked like a pair of slippers.

 

Out on Melrose Avenue last week, she took things up a notch, elevating a pair of high-waisted grey marle leggings with a white crop top, tailored tartan blazer, spherical matching micro bag and chunky white velcro sneakers, both cute and comfy.

 

And over the weekend, another legging, mask and bump combo. Out in Los Angeles with Jonas, the Game Of Thrones actress went all black in a cropped cable cardi (very on trend, you can see out Fab Five cardi edit here), black sneakers, black-gold ’90s sunnies and of course, a pair of black bump-baring leggings, cut very high at the waist which showed off her growing belly beautifully.

 

 

Turner and Jonas married in May 2019 in a surprise Las Vegas ceremony complete with the little white chapel, Elvis celebrant and ring pops as wedding bands. They then did the big Hollywood wedding in the South of France where Turner wore a breathtaking dress by Louis Vuitton.

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According to Us Weekly, baby Turner-Jonas will arrive “in the middle of summer,” which means the baby’s due date is some time in July, which means next month, which means we’re very excited.

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