Blooming Fearne Cotton shows support for her baby's future grandfather at his Rolling Stones premiere
01:00 GMT, 19 October 2012
Fearne Cotton looked blooming beautiful in a floral dress at the premiere of The Rolling Stones documentary Crossfire Hurricane.
The 31-year-old radio and TV star showed off her huge baby bump while on the red carpet at the event at Leicester Square's Odeon Cinema.
The Radio One DJ showed her support for the iconic band – especially as one of the band members will be her child's grandfather.
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Blooming beautiful: Fearne Cotton shows off her huge baby bump in floral dress
She is expecting her first child with boyfriend Jesse Wood – son of Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie.
She looked radiant, wearing the pretty floral dress and leopard print shoes.
Despite her stylish outfit, all eyes were on her growing pregnant belly as she attended the glitzy premiere.
She had previously hidden her bulging stomach recently with either a large coats or knitted jumpers.
Rocker at heart: Cotton attended the premiere of The Rolling Stones documentary Crossfire Hurricane at the London Film Festival
Rocking grandfather: Rolling Stone star Ronnie Wood will be the grandfather of Fearne's child
Documentary: The current and former stars of the band step out for the premiere. (From left to right) Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Keith Richards, documentary director Brett Morgen, Ronnie Wood and Mick Jagger
However, her bump was all there to see at Thursday evening's London Film Festival event.
Ronnie attended the premiere, as did original members Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts.
Fearne certainly enjoyed the film, tweeting afterwards: 'Just saw the Rolling Stones amazing documentary Crossfire Hurricane. Take me to the 70s immediately!'
Under wraps: The fashionable star had previously hidden her baby bump recently by wearing large coats
Crossfire Hurricane is an HBO documentary directed by Brett Morgen, using archive footage and interviews with band members past and present.
The film has been released to mark their 50th anniversary, and they recently announced they will also play two gigs in London and two in New Jersey to mark the milestone.
Speaking to Absolute Radio, Keith said: I'm amazed that we sort of handled it so well.
'Mind you it's been a bit of a secret from me until about a week ago as to exactly what was happening. So it's all been done a bit on the fly, but it sort of worked out I think.'
VIDEO: Rolling Stones premiere “Crossfire Hurricane” in London
VIDEO: Watch the trailer for “Crossfire Hurricane”