Knightley shows off red carpet bump
Keira Knightley showed off her pregnancy style on the red carpet for the Writers Guild Awards over the weekend.
The star is expecting her first baby this summer and covered her bump with a flowing, lace dress at the Los Angeles ceremony, where her film The Imitation Game won best adapted screenplay.
Keira had previously said of her pregnancy fashion choices: "It just means that you're not going to wear anything tight for me.
"Actually, people do wear tight things when they're pregnant, don't they? I don't want to, so it's just all quite loose. I'm quite comfortable."
The Imitation Game fought off strong competition in its award category from American Sniper, Gone Girl, Guardians Of The Galaxy and Wild.
The screenplay was written by Graham Moore and was based on the book Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges.
At this weekend's Oscars, The Imitation Game is nominated for best picture, best adapted screenplay, best film editing, best original score and best production design, Keira is up for best supporting actress, co-star Benedict Cumberbatch for best actor and Morten Tyldum for best director.