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Friday, July 16, 2010

Heavily pregnant Natalie Cassidy shows off her curves in EXTREMELY tight LBD at Karate Kid premiere
By Sarah Bull

Ready to pop: Heavily pregnant Natalie Cassidy arrives in London's Leicester Square for the premiere of The Karate Kid wearing an extremely tight black dress

Moat heavily pregnant women choose to wear loose clothing and flowing dresses for comfort purposes during their last trimester.

But Natalie Cassidy, who is nearly seven months pregnant, decided to show off her huge baby bump by wearing a skintight black dress to The Karate Kid premiere in London's Leicester Square.

The 27-year-old actress arrived at the cinema with fiancé Adam Cottrell, with whom she is expecting her first child, looking glamorous in the slash neck dress which she teamed with black peeptoe heels and a backcombed hairdo.

Curvy: Natalie, who also wore black peeptoe heels and a matching bag, grinned as she posed on the red carpet with fiancé Adam Cottrell

Clearly proud of her curvy figure, Natalie smiled widely as she posed for photographers on the red carpet before heading in to see the film.

Natalie, who previously released a fitness DVD after slimming down to a size eight, recently said she has no intention of rushing into losing weight after she gives birth.

She said: 'I couldn’t just shove my baby off somewhere because I want to lose weight, I want to be a proper mum.'

Relaxed: Natalie is determined not to rush into losing weight after giving birth, saying she will take things slowly

And Natalie added that transport manager Adam will love her whatever her size, explaining: 'Most blokes will love us whatever weight we are when we have their babies, and they don’t seem to care how thin a woman is.'

Other stars to attend the premiere in London tonight included Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, who were supporting their 12-year-old son Jaden - the star of the remake.

While the movie is not Jaden's silver screen debut - he previously starred alongside his dad in The Pursuit Of Happyness in 2006 and alongside Keanu Reeves in The Day The Earth Stood Still - it is the first film vehicle he has fronted.

Happy families: Will Smith and wife Jada Pinkett Smith pose with son Jaden, the star of the film, and daughter Willow, who wore Union Jack trousers in honour of the premiere

Stunning: Jada looked stunning in the pearlescent sequinned minidress which she teamed with beige heels

Speaking about Jaden's starring role in the film, dad Will said: 'He grew up in this industry so it's not foreign to him. He understands that this is a family business.

'He didn't have the shock and the radical life change that child actors usually have coming into the business.'

And mother Jada, who is a producer on the film, said she knew when she was pregnant with Jaden that he would have a career in Hollywood, explaining: 'I knew when I was carrying him.

'You know, it's Will and I... I just felt like two artists would create a little artist.

'When he was born he used to love dancing to Michael Jackson.... And then as he got older, he had some real skills.'

Mentor: Jackie Chan, who plays Jaden's mentor in the film remake, smiled as he greeted fans at the premiere

Star in the making: Jaden poses with Chan (left) and father Will Smith as he walks the red carpet

The film, a remake of the 1984 film, also stars Jackie Chan as Jaden's character's mentor when he travels to China with his single mother.

And, speaking about Jaden's future in the industry, Jackie said he had high hopes.

He said: 'He's young. He can sing, he can rap, he can dance, he can fight, he can act.'

However, while the film is predicted to be a hit among the teen audience, it has been criticised in Australia for being too violent for a young audience.

The Australian Council on Children and the Media's vice president Elizabeth Handsley said: 'Strong violence by a sympathetic character with little or no consequences is shown.'

She added: 'No-one's saying that it's a bad movie. But that doesn't mean that it's appropriate for little kids.'

Fans: Will Smith grins as he is bombarded with autograph requests from fans desperate to meet the actor

Happy to oblige: Will spent a long time signing posters, pictures and other items brought along by fans

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