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Pregnant Jessie J shows off baby bump in shimmering see-through outfit

Jessie J is seen leaving the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire after the acoustic evening with Jessie J show on February 27, 2023 in London, England
Jessie J announced last month that she was expecting her first child. (Getty Images)

Jessie J looked stylish as she showed off her growing baby bump in a shimmering see-through outfit in London.

The pregnant singer, 34, was seen smiling while leaving the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire after an acoustic performance last night.

She wore an elegant black, high-necked jumpsuit with a navy blue sheen, that matched the simple bralette she wore beneath.

Over the top, the mother-to-be kept warm in a shiny, loose-fitting black coat and stayed comfortable in a pair of black sliders.

Jessie J is seen leaving the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire after the acoustic evening with Jessie J show on February 27, 2023 in London, England
The singer showed off her bump as she stepped out in London in a shimmering see-through outfit. (Getty Images)

Jessie finished off her look with large hoop earrings, blue eyeshadow and wavy brunette hair.

In January, she revealed that she was expecting her first child with her partner, the basketball player Chanan Safir Colman.

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Then, just before the Brit Awards earlier this month, the singer – who has not shared her exact due date – confirmed that the couple were to have a son.

She posed on arrival at the star-studded event in an eye-catching red long-sleeved crop and matching leggings, which she dressed up with a voluminous coat and heels.

Jessie J attends The BRIT Awards 2023 at The O2 Arena on February 11, 2023 in London, England
The pregnant star also recently attended the BRIT Awards 2023 in a head-turning ensemble. (Getty Images)

The surprise pregnancy news came just over a year after Jessie announced that she had sadly experienced a miscarriage.

In December 2021, she said she was "still not myself" after baby loss, and shared that she was crying herself to sleep "some nights".

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The star had revealed the previous month that she was left "heartbroken" after discovering there was no heartbeat at her third scan.

At the time she had been pursuing motherhood on her own because it was "all [she] ever wanted".