By Alesandra Dubin
February 09, 2015
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Who is the best-dressed pregnant celeb?

You may remember a recent UK poll that showed people admire Keira Knightley's pregnancy style over even Kate Middleton's. (I respectfully disagree—you can't top perfection!)

Now there's a new published list that claims a different celeb deserves the throne. The top spot on the best-dressed bumps list, according to online retailer Zulily (which just released the ranking in association with its maternity fashion week—hello, discounts!), goes to (drumroll)... Blake Lively!

Of course, new-mama Blake's maternity style was much discussed—and coveted—during her pregnancy. But does she deserve to top the list? You tell me!

Here's the full list in order, according to Zulily:

1. Blake Lively 2. Kristen Bell 3. Kate Middleton (Ed note: She's my own pick for best maternity style anywhere, ever!) 4. Carrie Underwood 5. Jennifer Love Hewitt 6. Tamera Mowry &. Kourtney Kardashian (What would any arbitrary list of celebs be without at least one Kardashian?) 8. Ali Larter 9. Shakira (Great maternity style, and a world-changing baby shower? Yes, I'm a huge fan!) 10. Zooey Deschanel

Interesting—nary a Knightley on the list. Maybe Zulily is not fond of bug-printed frocks, even if they are Chanel. Maybe here in the U.S., we're not as over-the-moon about Keira as were respondents to the U.K.-based poll that bestowed the recent honor. Or maybe we just haven't seen enough yet from the star, who only announced her pregnancy in mid-December.

Of course this is hardly a science, and it's all just plain fun—but I do love maternity style spotting!

Now let me know what you think: Who's your pick for best-dressed pregnant celeb?

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Alesandra Dubin is a new twin mom. She's also a Los Angeles-based writer and the founder of home and travel blog Homebody in Motion. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and Twitter.

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