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Love Hewitt's yummy maternity clothes

Published 14/04/2014

Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Love Hewitt hopes her maternity clothes make other moms feel "taken care of".

The actress gave birth to her daughter with husband Brian Hallisay, Autumn, in November last year and worked with maternity fashion company A Pea in the Pod on her line L while expecting. Jennifer, 35, loved having the project to keep her busy.

"It's been such a joy to be a part of," she smiled to Australian radio show hosts Kyle and Jackie O. "When I was pregnant I wanted something to do with all that yummy energy that you have when you're pregnant. It was a great place to put my energy.

"I wanted other moms to feel beautiful and taken care of. It's been really fun! The line is great; it's for when you're pregnant and the few months after, when you're still in loose-fitting clothes."

Jennifer and Brian ended up getting married just five days before Autumn was born. It meant the star had to be pretty flexible about her wedding dress.

"She was three and a half weeks early! The day we picked, we just woke up and we said, 'It feels right,'" she smiled.

"I basically wore whatever fit in my closet, because I was five days away from having baby! I have this comfy dress, so I put that on and put my hair up!"

Jennifer has previously been linked to lothario singer John Mayer. It was rumoured his hit Your Body Is A Wonderland is about the actress, but she laughed off the gossip.

"My body after baby is a wonderland!" she laughed. "I'm as confused as everyone else; I don't think [it's about me]. My body has never been called a wonderland. I want to keep thinking it [is about me]; it's kind of nice!"

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