Kristina Rihanoff shows off growing baby bump in figure-hugging dress

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Kristina Rihanoff dressed her curves and her growing baby bump in a figure-hugging black maxi dress on Tuesday night. The pregnant dancer was attending an event for the Dot Com Children's Foundation charity, of which she is a patron.

The 38-year-old was the picture of health and happiness as she arrived at the London event. She drew attention to her bump in the black maxidress and upped the style stakes with nude peep-toe heels and amber jewellery.

Kristina, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Ben Cohen, looked in high spirits as she beamed for the cameramen.

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Kristina Rihanoff is expecting her first child with boyfriend Ben Cohen

Uploading the shots on Instagram, Kristina wrote: "Thank you @katyawildmanbombshell for my lovely dress!!! Xxx."

The former Strictly Come Dancing star shared another photo from inside the party, writing that her dress was the "perfect fit for me and the bump".

Kristina first started supporting the children's charity in 2010. Alongside founder Sharon Evans, the pair have travelled the country, meeting youngsters and visiting schools, and talking to children about how they can overcome their challenges.

One summer Kristina even spent six weeks putting on dance workshops for children in London's most deprived areas.

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Kristina told HELLO! Online that she was feeling "absolutely fantastic"

At the event earlier this week, the pregnant TV star, who would usually dance at such fundraisers, watched from the side.

Kristina recently told HELLO! Online about how her fitness and exercise regime has changed since becoming pregnant.

"I'm not doing any shows but I have been teaching quite a lot, which is nice because as everyone knows it's good to be active," she said. "You can't not do anything during pregnancy – you just have to be sensible."

The mum-to-be added that her pregnancy was an "absolutely fantastic" time of her life.

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