Joanna Gaines shows off her growing baby bump in an orange gown on а magazine cover

May 07, 2018
08:21 P.M.
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The mother of four looked elegant in her summer dress as she showed off her pregnant belly.


As reported by Country Living, Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines, who is expecting a baby boy in her fifth pregnancy, featured on the cover of magazine Magnolia Journal and flaunted her growing baby bump.

The Magnolia Market founder wore a summer orange maxi for the photoshoot of the magazine cover. The magazine was delivered to subscribers this week.

In the photo, the 40-year-old posed sideways so that her pregnant belly was visible. She gently held her pregnant belly with beamed her signature smile with pride.

Gaines has been active on social media through her fifth pregnancy and looks stunning with every combination of outfits, from the light colored gowns to a classic all-black attire.


Social media users were pleasantly surprised to see the glowing mother-of-four on the cover of Magnolia Journal.

One user, @housewifehacking, posted a photo of a copy of the magazine and expressed her happiness to find her idol on the cover. She also said that she missed the weekly dosage of Chip and Joanna Gaines on the show.


Another user, Chelsea, said that Gaines looked gorgeous in her maxi-dress and also gave positive feedback on the seventh issue of the magazine.

One follower, Kayla, posted a picture of the edition as soon as it reached her home and praised the reality star. She also joked that she wanted to Joanna to be her best friend.


Both Chip and Joanna have become household names in Waco, Texas. The couple runs quite a few businesses in Waco but Magnolia Market has been one of the projects closest to their hearts, according to their website

They bought their first shop in 2003 and opened the first Magnolia Market. After they had their first two children, they decided to close Magnolia Market and focus on the family. 

During that time, they came up with the idea of Magnolia Homes where the couple worked together and transformed a room into the dream homes of various families in Waco.

Soon HGTV offered the family a show and documented the daily lives of Waco's most popular family.