The actress, best known for playing Fleur Delacour in the film franchise, debuted her baby bump on the red carpet at the Deauville American Film Festival in France.Showing off her growing bump, the 33 year old stunned while posing in a floor-length gown.Clemence was announced as one of the spokesmodels for the new fragrance by Chloé in October of 2007.
The actress had all eyes on her as she revealed her baby bump for the first time at the film festival.
A representative for Clémence has since confirmed her pregnancy to Mail Online.
The BBC's recent adaptation of Birdsong, Sebastian Faulks's much-loved novel of love and tunnelling in First World War France, may have split the critics, but it did concentrate attention once again on the beautiful, expressive features of Clémence Poésy.
The 29-year-old Parisian actress played Isabelle, the unhappily married industrialist's wife and the object of Eddie Redmayne's rapt attention (note to Eddie; close your mouth when staring at a lady), and Poésy is fast becoming the go-to French actress for English-language TV dramas and films.
After a bad experience as an 18-year-old starlet, she has a clause in all her contracts that states that any nude scenes she films can't be used in trailers or publicity stills.
She's the face of Chloé's new scent, gets to kiss Colin Farrell in her latest film and is queen of the scene back home in Paris.“I knew acting was a lot of hard work and very difficult.“But I also knew it was a possibility,” she explained.“I wanted to do something else, just for myself,” she told YOU magazine.“So at the age of 16 I called an agent without telling my parents and decided that I’d act during the holidays and after school."No one had any idea of whether it was any good," laughs Poésy, who took her mother's maiden name for the stage.