Halsey took Instagram by storm, stunning fans with a surprise post debuting her baby bump. The star announced on January 27th, with a one-word caption for fans - surprise.
Halsey bared her baby bump posing in a multicolored crochet bikini top and loose jeans in a series of photographs taken in front of a summery pastel background before going topless and covering her chest in a tasteful pose.
Halsey tagged Alev Aydin in the picture, confirming speculations about the writer-producer being the star’s romantic partner and now, her child's father. The news comes in the face of the megastar’s endometriosis.
Halsey attends a Los Angeles Lakers versus Cleveland Cavaliers basketball game. Source | Photo: Getty Images
The pop sensation has kept the details surrounding her relationship and baby news private. Fans will have to wait for the star to reveal her expected due date. The baby’s father, however, reshared the post.
Aydin has been romantically linked to the star since they were spotted in October 2020 shopping for art supplies. Aydin confessed his love for the star in her comment section, to which Halsey replied:
"I love you!!!!!! And I love this mini human already."
Aydin also reshared the post on his stories, placing two heart emojis over the picture in a move confirming to fans everywhere the pair are indeed a couple. Halsey had hinted at the relationship in early January.
The star posted a picture of Aydin on her Instagram but had not spoken of their relationship. Aydin and Halsey seem to have known each other for some time. One photo dated in 2019 showed the pair attending a basketball game.
The star has faced criticism for her sickness.
The news comes as a great success for the star who has publicly spoken of her struggle with endometriosis. Halsey has previously revealed she suffered three miscarriages and four surgeries due to the chronic illness.
Endometriosis occurs when the tissue lining the uterus is present or grows outside the uterus. Halsey said she went undiagnosed, believing women in her family had bad periods until a tour enhanced her symptoms:
"It was the relief of knowing that I wasn't making it all up and I wasn't being sensitive and it wasn't all in my head."
Halsey’s underwent a miscarriage during her 2015 tour and was misdiagnosed with chronic fatigue. The star has been vocal about the disease to normalize and shed light on the under-discussed issue.
The star has expressed her desire to be a mother by taking steps to protect her fertility. On an episode of “The Doctors,” Halsey, then 23, opened up about the painful disease revealing she would get an ovarian reserve.
The star has faced criticism for her sickness. Halsey has had to defend herself from netizens complaining the star appears to be permanently ill. To this, Halsey joked in response that she has a chronic illness.
Over 200 million women worldwide suffer from this often painful disease. Halsey has disclosed she still lives in pain and has contributed over $300,000 to Endometriosis research and support.
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