Claire Sweeney steals the show in Seraphine on the red carpet

Claire Sweeney steals the show in Seraphine

The lovely Claire Sweeney looked stunning in a Seraphine maternity maxi dress at a star studded film premier over the weekend!

The stylish mum-to-be simply glowed in our Grey Space Dye Maternity Maxi Dress at the Pudsey the Dog film premier in London’s Leicester Square. The Britain’s Got Talent winning Dog’s first feature film was heralded in with a fashionable red carpet event and a fun family atmosphere – TV presenter Konnie Huq and pop star Michelle Heaton even brought along their kiddies to join in the fun! (Scroll down to see the talented pup in action)

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Claire styled her sparkling silver look with a chic white blazer, a long pendant necklace and statement white wedges – enhancing her natural glow with a little extra dazzle. And when she stepped out on that red carpet she really stole the show!

Claire is a red carpet regular, and this isn’t the first time she’s chosen a Seraphine dress to dazzle the crowds in. Back in June, she wore our Emerald Silk Multiway Maternity Gown to walk the red carpet at The Jersey Boys premier. And since then she’s loved our maternity maxi dresses – they’ve been her go-to style for everything from celebrity cricket matches, to magazine photo shoots and  of course, film premiers!

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Claire, who split from her partner just a month before she discovered she was pregnant, is expecting her first baby – a little boy – later on this year, and is planning to call him Gabriel because as she says: “he’s my little gift sent from heaven.” She and her ex-fiancé Daniel Riley are on very good terms and have both said that they are surprised and delighted by their unexpected impending arrival.


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