Known for their enviable slim figures, these famous catwalk beauties embrace their pregnancy bodies and proudly flaunt their rounder bellies in skin-baring swimsuits.
- May 19, 2019
Perfection is perhaps the impression left by models with their looks and appearances on the runway. While Ashley Graham has been championing plus-size models, others still maintain their slim figures to model for favorite brands on the catwalk or pose on magazines.
But being a woman in the first place, they can’t avoid body transformation that they are going through when they become pregnant. Never afraid to show some skin, these expectant moms still flaunt their curvier bodies despite piling on the pounds with a bun in the oven.
Just in time for the beach season, let’s take a look at some famous models’ maternity style in bikini.
1. Grow Baby Bump, Grow
Chanel Iman was relaxing with a beautiful backdrop when she was pregnant in 2018.
2. Good Sense of Humor
Bar Refaeli called herself “a potato floating in the water” in the picture.
3. Much Needed Vacation
Molly Sims spent a winter holiday in the sunny Bahamas with husband Scott Stuber and son Brooks before welcoming daughter Scarlett in March 2015.
4. It’s a Mermaid! It’s a Pregnant Victoria’s Secret Model!
Marisa Miller showed off her swimming skills while celebrating her birthday on August 6, 2012 and being pregnant with her first child.
5. Bikini in Winter? Why Not!
Chrissy Teigen showed off her growing baby bump in a one-piece swimsuit while being pregnant with her first child in 2015.
6. Happy Mama and Her Little Angel
Stacy Keibler shared the snap showing her in a two-piece and crop top to mark Mother’s Day in 2014.
7. Ready to Pop
Karolina Kurkova hit the beach with her family while being nine months pregnant.
8. Getting the Tum in the Sun
Candice Swanepoel got ready to sunbathe in a green crochet two-piece.
10. Soaking Up the Sun
Alessandra Ambrosio, who was pregnant with her second child, struck a pose in a tiny two-piece bikini on a Brazilian beach in April 2012.
Published at Sat, 18 May 2019 23:00:01 +0000