A$AP Rocky showed Rihanna’s baby bump some love at the 2023 Oscars.
The pregnant singer was photographed baring her belly in a faux fur wrap and a green skirt backstage at Sunday’s awards show, completing her maternity look with mint-colored sandals and matching gloves.
Rocky smiled at Rihanna’s side in the PDA-filled snaps, with both hands resting on her stomach.
The “L$D” rapper looked dapper in a cream tuxedo jacket and contrasting black trousers.
While Rocky, 34, appeared to stay in the same formalwear all evening, Rihanna, 35, made multiple fashion statements at the 95th annual Academy Awards.
Not only did the Grammy winner walk the red carpet in a custom Alaïa leather band gown, but she switched up her style for her performance of “Lift Me Up.”
Rihanna wore a Maison Margiela set onstage, belting out the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” song in a glittering bra and matching pants.
When news broke earlier this month that the “Love on the Brain” songstress was set to perform at the event, she joked about her 1-year-old son’s reaction.
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“my son when he found out his sibling is going to the oscars and not him,” she jokingly captioned tearful Instagram shots.
One month prior to her Oscars appearance, Rihanna announced her pregnancy during her Super Bowl halftime show — which she booked before finding out baby No. 2 was on the way.
For both performances, Rocky was filmed cheering on his girlfriend from the audience.
The longtime friends went public with their relationship in 2021, welcoming their baby boy in May of the following year.
While pregnant with her son, whose name she has yet to reveal, Rihanna made headlines for her daring maternity fashion.
“Dressing for pregnancy was such a piece of cake,” she recalled in her British Vogue cover story last month.
However, finding clothes that fit postpartum was a struggle, with the Fenty Beauty founder explaining, “Everything is too small or too big. … Well, unless you get pregnant again.”
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