Supermodel Gigi Hadid shared some stunning photos of her baby bump on Instagram on Wednesday. Gigi Hadid announced her pregnancy in April, later confirming that she was pregnant while walking in runway shows at Fashion Week last season in February. This is the first time that the supermodel has shared images of her growing bump. Ever since she announced she is expecting her first child with beau, singer Zayn Malik.
Gigi Hadid is ready to share intimate photos from her pregnancy with the world. The model posted a series of maternity shoot portraits taken by fashion photographers Luigi and Iango on her Instagram. She was styled by Gabriella Karefa-Johnson and her makeup was done by Erin Parsons. “Growin an angel :),” she captioned her first post.
The 25-year-old model shared on Instagram, several monochromatic images of her bare baby bump. She also noted that she was ‘cherishing this time’ in the post’s caption. In the captions, she added, “Appreciate all the love & well wishes will never forget creating these special images with my friends @luigiandiango @gabriellak_j @erinparsonsmakeup thank you. I love you!,” and thanked photographers Luigi and Iango, fashion director Gabriella Karefa-Johnson and make-up artist Erin Parsons.
In another snap, she wore a floor-length white gown and her hair straight. Earlier in May, Supermodel Gigi Hadid has officially confirmed that she is expecting her first baby with boyfriend-singer Malik. Hadid shared the happy news about her pregnancy in a promotional clip from the home-edition special interview with Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show’.
Hadid’s Instagram Live
Hadid spoke on an Instagram Live in July about why she initially held off sharing any photos from her pregnancy on her social media. (Hadid’s first child with boyfriend Zayn Malik is due in September.)
“Obviously I think a lot of people are confused about why I’m not sharing more (about baby and pregnancy). But like, I’m pregnant through a pandemic. Like obviously my pregnancy is not the most important thing going on in the world,” Hadid said. “That’s a reason that I felt that it’s not really something that I need to share apart from with my family and friends. Obviously a lot of people have lost lives due to coronavirus. That was at the beginning of quarantine and still happening. And then we moved obviously into the reemergence of the BLM [Black Lives Matter] movement, and I thought that our presence on social media should be used for that.”