On Friday, Rachel Riley debuted her blossoming baby bump on the red carpet at the 6th Annual Algemeiner J100 Gala in New York.
Joined by her husband, Strictly Come Dancing star, Pasha Kovalev, the Countdown presenter was honoured with the Warrior For Trust award.
The accolade recognises individuals who have positively influenced Jewish life over the past year.
Arriving at the glamorous gala, the 33-year-old showed off her growing baby bump in a custom silk crepe gown with a thigh-high split and pearl embellishment by British couture brand, Jennifer Clair.
“Big thanks too to my glam squad girls including @jenniferclairofficial who made me a dress that I loved that could fit my belly in!” Rachel captioned a snap on Instagram.
The presenter accessorised the gown with a pair of stone drop earrings, sparkly shoes and a marbled clutch by New York-based brand, Edie Parker.
Earlier in September, Rachel spoke of how stress impacted by trolls had impacted her baby’s movement.
Speaking on the Trolled podcast with EastEnders actress Tracy-Ann Oberman, she said: "I was very stressed and upset for a couple of days and my baby stopped wriggling for a couple of days.
The abuse came after Rachel endorsed a BBC Panorama documentary, which was critical of Labour’s handling of anti-Semitism complaints.
Rachel called her Warrior For Truth award the “proudest honour of my life” on Instagram. Going on to write: “last night I was presented with the ‘Warrior for Truth’ award by @algemeiner in NYC, for my work over the past year in fighting antisemitism. It’s a privilege to have a spotlight in the media where I can help make a difference, and amplify the voices that need to be heard.”