Emily Ratajkowski is happily expecting her first child and is due any day now.
And the 29-year-old model looked serene as she shared a sweet moment with husband Sebastian Bear-McLard, 31, on Instagram Sunday.
Emily was radiant as she donned a snug yellow sweater dress and let her other half place a gentle hand on her growing baby bump.
Tender: Emily Ratajkowski glowed while sharing an Instagram of husband Sebastian Bear-McLard caressing her baby bump
She offered an innocent stare at the camera, showing off a natural glow with clean brows, flushed cheeks and a full point.
Though film producer Sebastian’s face wasn’t seen in the snap, the connection between the pair was clear as she tenderly placed her hand on top of his.
Signaling her excitement for the new addition, she captioned the photo with a chick hatching from an egg emoji,
Later Emily shared a shot in profile to her Instagram Story, putting her ever-growing belly on full display.
And in another she declared she was ‘8+ months’ while Sebastian hugged her from behind.
Sweet: Later Emily shared a shot in profile to her Instagram Story, putting her ever-growing belly on full display
Finish line! in another she declared she was ‘8+ months’ while Sebastian hugged her from behind
Emily’s sweet Sunday shots come after she denied claims that she has undergone any cosmetic procedures to enhance her pout, which has been looking significantly fuller the past few months.
In response to a sea of lip injection accusations over weekend, the budding actress reminded her 27million followers that swelling is a normal part of pregnancy throughout the entire body.
‘I’ve never had lip injections (no judging folks who do — y’all look great!) but you can’t even get injections when you’re pregnant!’ she wrote on her Instagram Story.
Plump pout: Ratajkowski denied claims that she has undergone any cosmetic procedures to enhance or her lips, which have looked significantly fuller the past few months
She explained: ‘A woman’s blood volume increases 50% which is why ladies can get a little puffy in the face and lips during pregnancy.’
While the symptom isn’t very common, according to Parents, ‘some moms-to-be do experience larger lips,’ but they typically deflate within a few months of giving birth.
The effects of lip injections, while with child, are unknown and the FDA recommends against it.
Further addressing critics, who keep saying she has ‘been pregnant forever’, the Gone Girl star pointed out it has only been three months since she broke the news.
Mom-to-be: In response to a flood of lip injection accusations on her social media, the 29-year-old supermodel reminded her 27 million followers that swelling is a normal part of pregnancy throughout the entire body
‘LOL, yes, pregnancy lasts for 40 weeks which can definitely feel like a long time, but I announced halfway into my pregnancy,’ she quipped.
Ratajkowski, who is expecting her first child with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, also revealed the experience has ‘weirdly gone by very quickly’ to her.
Additionally, she noted that it’s been ‘weird’ to have her ‘body change so much in a matter of months.’
All natural: She explained: ‘A woman’s blood volume increases 50% which is why ladies can get a little puffy in the face and lips during pregnancy’ (seen before in March 2020 with naturally full lips)
‘I have a whole new appreciation for what my body can do and what is beautiful and I’m gonna celebrate it on here when I feel like it,’ she concluded.
Ratajkowski has always had a noticeably plump pout since propelling to stardom in Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video nearly eight years ago, and even inspired Charlotte Tilbury to name a shade of lipstick ‘Hot Emily’ after her.
During her pregnancy the Gone Girl actress has also been working on an upcoming book of essays that currently has the title My Body.
Staying busy: During her pregnancy the Gone Girl actress has also been working on an upcoming book of essays that currently has the title My Body
She announced her baby news on the cover of Vogue and wrote an essay inside about why she will not declare the gender.
‘When my husband and I tell friends that I’m pregnant, their first question after: ‘Congratulations’ is almost always ‘Do you know what you want?” she said.
‘We like to respond that we won’t know the gender until our child is 18 and that they’ll let us know then,’ she shared, admitting that ‘everyone laughs at this.’