Supermodel Ashley Graham continues to captivate fans with her pregnancy looks. For her second pregnancy update, she proudly displayed her baby bump while looking stylish as ever. See her stunning snaps.
Supermodel and body-positivity advocate Ashley Graham has made a huge impact on the modeling industry, serving unforgettable runway looks and flaunting her striking curves.
Graham, who's been married to Justin Ervin since 2010, is expecting their second child. Having a baby on the way is not stopping the model from unleashing her fashion prowess.
"sun's out, bumps out."
The photos, which amassed over 300,000 likes, left several fans speechless. A mesmerized fan commented that the 33-year-old catwalk star looked flawless and beautiful. Another fan thanked Graham for her "body goal" vibes.
Graham posed with her left arm up while her right arm was on a railing. She let her hair loose while rocking dark shades, a silky green shirt, and a slit dress.
[Graham] is feeling the stereotypes associated with expecting a second child.
The acclaimed TV presenter's stylish top featured a knot just above her flawless belly while her slit dress exposed her left leg. She enjoyed the gentle breeze and the sun's warmth.
While she loves to dress beautifully for her fans, the model activist is not afraid to show her unglamorous side. She earlier shared a snap of herself showing her bump and a goofy expression while Ervin was in the middle of a meeting.
Graham and her longtime husband are already parents to one-year-old Isaac and are soon to soon to welcmome their second child.
The star model explained that this pregnancy was different from her first and that she is feeling the stereotypes associated with expecting a second child.
Being exhausted is one of these stereotypical conditions she has encountered. When it comes to preparing for her second child, the radiant mom said she would take a laid-back approach.
Through sharing images of different body types, she hoped to inspire her fans to love their bodies. Her message reminded women to celebrate the beauty of their bodies, no matter what size or shape.