A very pregnant Edith Bowman dazzles in luxurious gold print gown on the red carpet at the BAFTA Scotland Awards
00:37 GMT, 19 November 2012
She only revealed she was pregnant with her second child last month, so to those who missed the memo, Edith Bowman's silhouette might come as a bit of a surprise.
She showed off her five-month baby bump in a clingy black dress at the BAFTA Scotland Awards tonight.
The stylish presenter looked stylish and happy as she walked the red carpet in the graphic print frock, and was clearly not nervous about hosting the glamorous event.
Blooming lovely: Edith Bowman looked gorgeous at the BAFTA Scotland Awards
Edith, 38, was asked to oversee the ceremony, which will see Scotland's achievements in film, television and games celebrated.
She is already mum to Rudy, 4, who she and partner Tom Smith, frontman of The Editors.
Siobhan Reilly was seen looking polished in a gown with lace detailing.
She was nominated for Best Actress for her role in Ken Loach's The Angel's Share, which is up for four gongs in total.
Glamourpusses: Edith and Siobhan Reilly looked great when they attended the bash at the Radisson Blu Hotel
Ruffles and stripes: Laura McMonagle (left) and Jayd Johnson each chose eye-catching gowns
Lip Service star Laura McMonagle is no stranger to courting controversy with her fashion choices, and tonight it looked like she was again throwing caution to the wind.
The blonde actress showed off her knockout curves in an unforgiving black and gold striped dress that clung to her from her neck to the floor.
Her make-up was vampish, with a deep berry lip and strong brows, and she carried an oversized python clutch in her black painted nails.
She was happy to pose for a photo with Jayd Johnson, who is best known for her role as Nicki Cullen in Scottish soap River City.
the 21-year old looked pretty in a floaty white dress with rosette detailing and a simple black waistband.
Lady in red: Sonia Scott MacKay wore an eye catching gown that matched the red carpet perfectly
Couples night: (left) Spouses Barbara Rafferty and Sean Scanlan; (right) TV historian Neil Oliver and a friend
Neil Oliver, the Scottish historian best known for fronting TV show The Coast, was honoured with presenting the award for Best Factual, and wore a kilt especially for the ceremony.
He was joined on the red carpet by a female friend who looked effortlessly chic in a pair of cropped satin trousers, and a sparkly jacket.
Scottish reality star Sonia Scott MacKay made sure she was the centre of attention in a thigh skimming red dress that left little to the imagination.
Smart chaps: Rory Bremner and Rory Cox were at the event
Hello, fans! Gary Hollywood also chose to wear a kilt for the ceremony
Another couple who looked delighted to be at the glitzy Glasgow event were Barbara Rafferty and Sean Scanlan.
The husband and wife duo were laughing and joking as they made their way to the ceremony.
More famous faces included impersonator Rory Bremner, Mrs. Brown's Boys star Gary Hollywood and Troy star Brian Cox.
Winners of the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2012
Best Comedy / Entertainment – Mrs Brown's Boys Best Game – Bad HotelCurrent Affairs – Rangers The Men Who Sold The Jerseys Single Documentary – Afterlife: The Strange Science of DecayBest Factual Series – Afghanistan: The Great Game, A Personal View by Rory StewartFeatures / Factual Entertainment – Antiques Road Trip Best Actor / Actress Television – Gregor Fisher (Rab C Nesbit)Director – Zam Salim (Up There)Best Writer – Paul Laverty (The Angels' Share) Best Actor / Actress Film – Paul Brannigan (The Angels' Share)Animation – The Making of LongbirdFeature Film – Up ThereSpecial Achievement Award 2012: Callum Macrae (Director) SRI LANKA'S KILLING FIELDSSpecial Achievement Award 2012: Paul Mcguigan (Director) SHERLOCKOutstanding Contribution to Broadcasting – Stuart Cosgrove
Outstanding Contribution for Craft (In Memory of Robert McCann) – Trisha BiggarOutstanding Contribution to Television and Film – Billy Connolly CBE