She's due to give birth in July, but Nikki Phillips still looked fabulous at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Wednesday. The pregnant media personality was a delight in white as she arrived at the Ginger & Smart runway show in Sydney . Nikki, 33, showed off her blossoming baby bump with a flowing white dress and a pair of sky high black heels. She's glowing! She's due to give birth in July, but model Nikki Phillips still looked fabulous at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Wednesday Nikki, who is expecting her first child with husband Dane Rumble, smiled as she posed for photographs. Adding to the monochrome ensemble, Nikki's dress was cinched with black detailing just above her growing bump. Nikki paired the frock, which featured a floral design at the base, with a structured black maxi blazer. A charcoal Prada handbag finished off her glamorous look. Baby on board: Nikki, who is expecting her first child with husband Dane Rumble, smiled as she posed for photographs Fancy seeing you here! Fashion Week was the perfect opportunity for Nikki to catch up with her stylish friends, including Erin Holland (left) Fashion Week was the perfect opportunity for Nikki to catch up with her stylish friends. She was pictured with former beauty queen Erin Holland, who showed off her new brunette hairstyle.
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