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Goddess with a bump…?

08/01/2005 at 12:17 AM ET

Toysrus Toysrus1 Britney is pictured wearing a shirt bearing the words, "Goddess with a bump" as she leaves a Toys R Us on Sunday evening, clinging tightly to a Geoffery the giraffe stuffed animal.

Source: Kikapress via Criss.

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tink1217 on

She looks exhausted and broken out! Poor girl! I really do feel bad for her! I never broke out and wouldn’t wish it on any pregnant woman. I am so glad that wasn’t something that happened in either of my pregnancies. In fact, my skin and hair looked great! I wish she had that pregnancy glow!

Shelley E. on

I like her in pink and white… she does look puffy and broken out though… I did too…. my 2nd pregnancy was like that…. skin and hair were gross…. Brit will feel better the minute that baby pops out.

Caraoc on

To purchase this adorable t-shirt and other cute maternity tees, go to

Check out their daddy tees too – I bet kevin has one!

gissy on

awww…… she looks so cute

Madame M. on

Goddess with a bump, a water-retention problem, and no makeup. Yikes.

I’m glad we regular pregnant women don’t get our worst moments documented by thousands of photographers at once.


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