Pregnant LPBW Star Audrey Roloff Takes 'Unreal' Photo of Her Baby Bump at 25 Weeks
Fans are gushing over Audrey Roloff's picture, showing off her baby bump. She reveals that it is the first belly picture she has taken since announcing her second pregnancy.
"I think this might be the first picture of the bump I've taken all pregnancy... ?? But here we are at 25 weeks✌ which actually seems unreal. How has it gone so much faster this time?!? #babybump #25weeks #pregnancy."
Standing in a gym and wearing a spaghetti strap tank top with yoga pants, she gives a side view of her tiny bump.
Many people gush over how good she looks, 25 weeks into her pregnancy. It is also noted by some that her tiny belly look's "cute."
Audrey has been married to Jeremy Roloff since 2014. The couple have a daughter together, Ember Jean Roloff.
Using cans of blue colored smoke and cupcakes with blue filling, they announced that they are expecting a boy.
Years ago, the couple made the decision to end their appearances on "Little People, Big World," to focus on their own business ventures and also to venture out on their business endeavors.
Together they wrote a memoir about relationships called "A Love Letter Life." It quickly became a New York Times Bestseller.
While promoting their book, Audrey admits that they conceived their baby during their book tour.
Dispelling the rumor that she got pregnant on purpose because Jeremy's brother Zach Roloff and his wife, Torri, were also expecting. She explains that she got pregnant a lot sooner than she and Jeremy had expected.
Sharing the news that their baby is due January 2020, Audrey reveals that she conceived her son during their book tour, she she confirms saying:
"And yes, that does mean that we conceived sometime on book tour. We're not really sure when. But Jeremy and I were really desiring to get pregnant again.
"You know, we just kind of wanted to make it through the launch of A Love Letter Life…then after that, we were feeling ready," she adds.
The Roloff family have an exciting year ahead of them, the family are expecting the birth of two grandchildren, who will be born weeks apart. It is by sheer coincidence that Jeremy and Zach two's oldest children were also born the same year.