Honey, he’s good — Andy Grammer‘s got both his ladies by his side!
Aijia — pregnant with the couple’s first child, a girl — stole the show in a stunning long red lace gown featuring long sleeves and sheer cutouts, which hugged her baby belly perfectly. She accessorized with a sparkly clutch, posing for photos with Grammer as the latter placed his hand on his wife’s belly and kissed her.
“When your daughter is already upstaging you on the red carpet … ” the dad-to-be captioned an Instagram snap.
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The couple both shared a video of themselves being photographed on the carpet, with Aijia captioning her version, “Guys, this dress is holding me together.”
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The gala is held annually to help raise awareness about the cause, and this year it featured musical performances from Grammer and OK Go. The former was joined onstage by his wife, where they sang a duet version of “What a Wonderful World.” (Aijia, a singer-songwriter herself, auditioned for The Voice back in 2016.)
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The spouses will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary in July, the same month their daughter is due.
“It’s been really exciting because on both sides of our family it’s the first girl, so it’s fun because it’s happy news to everyone,” said Aijia in March, when the couple confirmed their pregnancy news exclusively to PEOPLE.
“I feel like if you told me I would be having a son, I would be like, ‘Yeah, I’m gonna be a parent — I get that,’ ” Grammer added. “But when the doctor was like, ‘You’re gonna have a girl,’ I was like, ‘What? Who am I?’ It’s the craziest piece of information that changes who you are. It’s sweet.”