AceShowbiz –Porsha Williams is a happy soon-to-be-mother. People may be thinking that the 37-year-old Bravo personality was uncomfortable as she’s currently heavily pregnant, but “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star apparently is still able to enjoy her life as she’s out there soaking herself up the sun.
Porsha treated her Instagram followers to two stunning bikini pictures of herself, showing off her bare baby bump as she’s nearing the very end of her pregnancy. The raven beauty donned a fuschia bikini which had sparkling detailings. She was seen stepping out of a pool with a man-made waterfall behind her. One of her hands craddled her baby bump.
Meanwhile, the other photo featured the TV star happily laughing. “Sunshine is the best medicine!” so Porsha captioned the snaps, which were taken by Stanlo Photography.
Her followers immediately gushed over how beautiful she was in the comment section. “[You] slayyyed this thang called pregnancy,” one fan wrote, while another added, “Pregnancy looks so beautiful on you. You wear it well sis.”
“And I’m over here feeling like the latest attraction at Sea World. Thank you for showing that pregnancy can be fabulous. Imma go swim the tank one more time before I try to get cute like you,” one fan said. Another fan, meanwhile, had one regret after watching Porsha’s gorgeous pregnancy photos, saying, “I sooooo regret not taking pregnancy photos.”
Back in February, Porsha held a “Winter Wonderland”-themed baby shower bash. She, alongside her fiance and baby daddy Dennis McKinley, seemed to be having so much fun at the party as one video saw her grinding up on Dennis before turning around and shaking her booty. The party was attended by about 80 of her closest friends and loved ones.
Porsha and Dennis were previously reported to delay their wedding date until “at least January 2020.” Claiming that the postponement was Porsha’s idea, a source explained that it was because “she wants to lose all the baby weight before the wedding, and she’s saying it will take her at least 9 months.”
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