She recently revealed that she is ‘very close’ to the end of her pregnancy.
And Paloma Faith showcased her baby bump in an artistic black-and-white snap for Instagram on Monday while resting at home.
The singer, 39, is expecting her second child after six rounds of IVF treatment last year with her partner Leyman Lahcine, 33. They also have a four-year-old daughter.
Countdown: Paloma Faith showcased her baby bump in an artistic black-and-white snap for Instagram on Monday after recently revealing that she is ‘very close’ to the end of her pregnancy
Paloma rocked an oversized Baltimore sports top lifted above her stomach and cream joggers as she looked off into the distance.
Her blonde tresses were left in a straight, relaxed hairdo as she sported a slick of lipstick.
In January, Paloma shared another radiant black-and-white photo of her growing baby bump.
In the caption, the star noted how the third lockdown and coronavirus pandemic is starting to take a ‘toll on everyone’.
Nearly there! In January, Paloma shared another radiant black-and-white photo of her growing baby bump as she noted how the third lockdown is starting to take its ‘toll on everyone’
Paloma admitted that she is ‘fortunate’ to have her pregnancy to focus on and is looking forward to giving birth.
The singer penned: ‘It’s starting to take its toll on everyone now I think. Gone are the weekend Zoom parties, the motivation to write, to paint, to think, to compose, to touch base with friends. It’s all a bit flat.
‘So many people have been lost and so many parents are now ready to be qualified as teachers hahahaha (but not Hahahahah).
‘I am very close to the end with my pregnancy now and it actually feels exciting, so I’m very fortunate to have something to look forward to and focus on. What’s kept me going is all of you who have shown so much appreciation for my album.
Sharing her feelings: Paloma admitted that she is ‘fortunate’ to have her pregnancy to focus on and is looking forward to giving birth
‘It really is special to me and my personal fave record I’ve worked on. So thanks. I can’t wait to play them all live for you at the end of the year when better days are on their way!’
Signing off her post, Paloma penned: ‘Until then though, remember that waking up and getting out of bed is an achievement so don’t beat yourselves up. All my heart, Paloma x.’ (sic)
The singer added the following hashtags: ‘#palomafaith #thankyou #infinitethingstour #betterdaysahead #keepgoing #pregnantlife #ivfjourney #lockdown2021.’
It comes after Paloma revealed that she was hospitalised once again with ‘cramping’ after fearing she’d gone into labour with her second child.
Baby on the way: The star is expecting her second child after six rounds of IVF treatment last year with her partner Leyman Lahcine, 33. They also have a four-year-old daughter
The singer said she was told by doctors that she had a ‘super thin’ womb lining due to ‘scarring’ from the birth of her first child four-years-ago, but ruled out the possibility of pre-term labour.
Paloma said she’s ‘focused’ on carrying her baby to full-term and protecting herself from COVID-19 after announcing she was pregnant following six rounds of IVF.
Paloma shared a snap of her growing bump covered in a 70s-inspired brown printed shirt and a paisley frilled skirt as she told fans about her hospital dash.
She wrote: ‘Had a little trip to the MFAU this week with some cramping but they ruled out preterm labour (phew) and rigged me up to the machine for a bit.
‘In the scan, it shows that the womb lining is super thin around the scarring from the last birth and that means it’s pretty weak.
‘Maybe the baby being so big (everyone says wow super long legs when they scan me) is putting pressure on it and making it a bit crampy, who knows.
‘But what I do know is the hospitals are doing an incredible job in all this at keeping the maternity-related wards so clean and so calm given that the other day we had the highest death toll of covid related deaths so far.
‘It’s really incredible, and when I also find out that the tories have just signed away the protection of the NHS in future trade deals internationally. Devastating!
‘I’m just focusing on keeping my baby in for full-term and not catching COVID, and how amazing the staff of the hospitals are for now.
‘Anyone else having a baby in this mess, I stand with you all, we can do this and live to tell the tale! Hugs for everyone xxx.’
No baby yet: It comes after Paloma revealed that she was hospitalised once again with ‘cramping’ after fearing she’d gone into labour with her second child