She is currently nine months pregnant with her second kid.
In a new campaign for Marc Jacobs’ Heaven line, the actress flaunted her burgeoning baby bump.
In one of the photos, the 41-year-old “Black Snake Moan” actress wears nothing but black underwear beneath a starry, single-buttoned cardigan ($295) from the designer’s diffusion collection, revealing her baby bump.
Ricci captioned the photo on Instagram on Wednesday, “Me and the baby for @heavn by @themarcjacobs.”
Several of Ricci’s renowned pals gushed about her photo in the comments section. “You are HEAVEN! Thank you dear Christina ❤️❤️❤️ @riccigrams,” designer Jacobs wrote.
Sharon Stone wrote, “U look SO GORGEOUS 😍😍😍,” while Godmothered actress Jillian Bell said, “You’re the coolest. That’s all.”
The actress, who wears smokey blue eye makeup and a sleek vintage haircut in the commercials, also wore a low-slung floral satin skirt ($175) from the range, a matching printed purse ($245), and “Heaven” hoop earrings ($75) to commemorate “baby’s first campaign.”
Christina’s features were skilfully highlighted by makeup artist Lottie Stannard, and her own hairdresser husband Mark Hampton brushed her hair back into an exquisite style.
Ricci is expecting her first child with her husband, Mark Hampton. She also has a 7-year-old son, Freddie, whom she shares with ex-husband James Heerdegen.
In October, she shared romantic photos from her modest wedding on Instagram.
“Mr and Mrs,” she captioned the photo of her and her new spouse, who were both wearing white shirts.
Ricci makes sense as the face of the brand, having starred in famous ’90s films like “Now and Then,” “The Addams Family,” and “Casper.” Jacobs’ nostalgic Heaven collection is inspired by films from the same decade, including Gregg Araki’s “Nowhere” and Sofia Coppola’s “The Virgin Suicides.”
According to a press release, Heaven by Marc Jacobs is a “culturally referential collection that is infinitely obsessed with the arts, music, and film,” and it is a “line that celebrates the DIY spirit of individuality and the alternative scenes that spawn from it.” Marc Jacobs’ third season of Heaven was inspired by the 1999 film The Virgin Suicides.