She's always been bang on trend with her fashion but since becoming pregnant Fearne Cotton has somehow upped her style stakes even more.
Fearne Cotton is obessed with wooly jumpers. Copyright [WENN]
Throughout her pregnancy, Fearne hasn't put a fashionable foot wrong, styling her baby bump in an array of pregnancy friendly outfits.
Talking to the Daily Mail Online, the radio one DJ, who is now six months pregnant, admitted that this Christmas she is hoping to receive warm and comfortable clothes.
Fearne Cotton has kept things stylish throughout her pregnancy. Copyright [WENN]
She said: "It'll probably unfortunately be slippers because I'll want to just be hibernating for a little while at Christmas.
"But yeah I can't get enough of big, cosy jumpers, so knitwear at the moment, anything like that.
"And just good winter coats, can't have too many of those — and also hats, love a winter hat, maybe a little beret or something like that."
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Fearne Cotton also admitted that she has found it challenging to dress her bump, particularly for special occasions when she can't dress down.
She explained: "It's so difficult, I was looking for something glitzy to wear for Children In Need but it's very challenging having a body that doesn't fit normal clothes at the moment."
Fearne looked incredible during this year's Children in Need. Copyright [PA]
"So yeah, I guess it's just about being inventive, and probably more about a plain dress with a big, bejewelled necklace, something like that is probably going to be my winter staples this year."
Ever the giver, Fearne Cotton kindly shared her top clothing staples for this winter.
She said: "Good pair of tights, definitely — couldn't live without them. A good pair of boots like I say those studded ones I've been wearing to death at the moment.
"And just a really good, durable winter coat that still looks nice, so something faux fur or a nice tailored, warm coat."