Kate Winslet

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Kate Winslet looks ready to pop!

The 38-year-old beauty was snapped showing off her very pregnant belly while attending a photo call for her upcoming flick Labor Day at the 57th BFI London Film Festival on Monday, Oct. 14. 

Winslet was all smiles as she placed her right hand on her baby bump, looking maternity chic in a black blazer, T-shirt and a pair of pointed-toe pumps. She wore her blond hair down in loose curls and added delicate gold jewelry to her ensemble for the event, which was held at The Mayfair Hotel in London.

Later in the day, she slipped into a stunning red Jenny Packham gown for the film's premiere, flaunting her baby bump and her wedding band on the red carpet.

Kate Winlset

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The Academy Award-winning actress is expecting her third child, her first with husband Ned Rocknroll. Winslet announced her pregnancy in June, just six months after she and Rocknroll, a nephew of billionaire Virgin mogul Richard Branson, tied the knot in a top secret ceremony in upstate New York after about a year and a half of dating.

The Oscar winner is also mum to 13-year-old daughter, Mia, with first ex-husband Jim Threapleton and 9-year-old son Joe, with ex-hubby No. 2 Sam Mendes.

Prior to her New York appearance, Winslet was seen showing off her pregnancy glow while promoting the Jason Reitman-directed flick at the Toronto Film Festival, where the soon-to-be mother of three dished on her red carpet style rules while pregnant.

"The shoes were off until the second I stepped out of the car and onto the carpet," the blonde beauty admitted to E! News, adding, "and then they were off the second I stepped off the carpet, believe me."

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