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Pregnant Penelope Cruz is face of new fashion line
Expectant star Penelope Cruz has been unveiled as the new face of Lindex fashion's new spring line.
In the first of three campaigns for the Swedish retailer, which were shot pre-baby bump, the stunning Spanish actress is seen posing on the red carpet in a white lacy dress while flashbulbs blaze.
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Other images show her relaxing at home in more casual ensembles and enjoying brunch at a Mediterranean villa.
"I've had lots of fun being a model for a large international fashion company like Lindex," Penelope said of the collaboration. "I like the clothes; they really suit my style."
Director of Concept & Marketing at Lindex, Johan Hallin explained, "With her sophisticated elegance, Penélope Cruz adds a wonderful womanly and feminine feel to the campaign. The combination of her vivacious personality and a glamorous film-star life together with a sense of humour will also make the campaigns fun and exciting."
Last month, pregnant Penelope was spotted flaunting her blossoming bump in a black bikini while on holiday in Barbados.
She announced she was expecting her second child with husband Javier Bardem back in February.
Penelope will next be seen on the big screen in June, when her latest film I'm So Excited, with Antonio Banderas, is released. The actress will also produce and star in next year's Spanish comedy, La Reina de Espana.
Meanwhile, her younger sister Monica announced that she was expecting her first child via artificial insemination in January.
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