You can see that the concert goers around her are not bothered by having such a beauty enjoying the show beside them.
She showed few qualms about taking on more work at such a late stage in her pregnancy, with just less than eight weeks to go until her first child - a baby girl - is due.
She said: "The way I look at it is that I am pacing myself. I do know my own body and when it says we're tired, I sleep and when it says we're hungry, I eat.
"At the same time I know a lot of working mums and pregnant women that are working hard and doing their best to build a future for their families and I want to stay as true to that as possible."
She added: "I do not think pregnancy should be viewed as something that slows me down. It should be something that enhances your life.
"My leg has not fallen off, I am growing a baby. It's all good news, really."