Celebrity news News & Gossip Steal Dannii Minogue's fabulous pregnancy style! Laid back and blooming gorgeous, we love Dannii's mum-to-be look. Here's how to bag her maternity style on a budget 1 of Ad break She's got the X FactorSince announcing her pregnancy in January, glamorous Aussie star Dannii Minogue has been rocking some impressive mum-to-be getups. Whether she's glamming it up at awards ceremonies in chic gowns or keeping it low key, we adore the X Factor judge's pregnancy style. Our favourite is laid-back Dannii, and she was recently spotted wearing a quirky anchor print top teamed with her skinny jeans and tan-tastic handbag. Click through to see how you can bag Dannii's gorgeous A-list pregnancy style on a budget, and find her exact top... A-hoy! We were delighted to see Dannii bagged this anchor print gem for a bargain price. Finally, something that's accessible to us mere mortals! Broken anchor tee, £35, Ruby Rocks at Laden.co.uk. Available in one size only. Delightful denimDannii shows off her enviable pins in her indigo skinnies, and so can you! These are slim on the leg and have an under-the-bump jersey band to accomodate your new curves. The ultimate pregnancy wardrobe essential. Slim Jeans, £36, Mamas & Papas. Available in sizes 6-20. All whiteA crisp white vest can do no wrong - just ask Dannii! This long length cotton vest is perfect for layering and covering your growing bump. Maternity V Neck Vest, £6, Topshop Maternity. Available in sizes 8-16. Continue slideshow > Arm candyM&S proves impressive arm candy doesn't have to break the bank. This tan leather bag compliments every outfit and is a definite winner in the style stakes. Leather Double Handle Bag, £89, Marks & Spencer. Raise the barNot yet giving up the heels, mum-to-be Minogue opts for a sturdy T-bar style in a jazzy silver hue. This stellar pair from Evans are a wider fit, so perfect for swollen pregnant feet. Pewter Zip Detail Platforms, £35, Evans. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums 'Eating your placenta borders on cannibalism,' says top doc Ferne McCann: ‘I don’t want to be labelled as a single mum’ Beautiful women have baby girls, says new study What does the term 'mumbod' mean to you?