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Wednesday 25 May 2016

Drew Barrymore blooms in yellow

Published 28/03/2014

Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore flattered her baby bump in a yellow dress at an event in Las Vegas last night.

The strawberry-blonde beauty, who is currently expecting her second child with her husband Will Kopelman, arrived at the event in a bright embroidered dress by Ludwig Boutique. Its T-shirt sleeves and midi length flattered her pregnant figure perfectly, while her strappy Dana Davis heels added a glam touch.

Drew left her hair down and kept her make-up simple, with a slick of dark eyeliner.

She was joined by her close friend and co-star in several films, Adam Sandler, at the event. The pair posed together on the red carpet, with the 47-year-old actor unable to hide his smile as they joked together.

Mila Kunis was also in attendance at the bash in Sin City. She is rumoured to be pregnant with her and her fiancé Ashton Kutcher's first child and her loose-fitting dress may have been to hide her growing bump. The navy chiffon frock was courtesy of Acne Studios and bellowed out over her stomach, but showed off her long pins.

With this she wore a pair of Saint Laurent heels and added a touch of sparkle with her Gemfields Zambian emeralds earrings by Diamond Envy and her engagement ring from Ashton. To bring out her glowing complexion Mila opted for a bright red lipstick and defined her eyes with dark eyeliner, while her brown locks were straightened and worn down.

She stayed close to her Jupiter Ascending co-star Channing Tatum on the red carpet, leaning in towards him as they stopped for pictures.

The handsome actor looked dapper in a grey suit and blue tie, topped off with a pair of shiny brown shoes.

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