Halsey is showing off what her mama gave her!
The singer-songwriter, who uses “she/her” and “they/them” pronouns, showed off her body in stunning pictures she uploaded to Instagram.
Halsey appears to be in better shape than ever as seen from the stunning bikini post that comes one year after she welcomed her first child, Ender Riley, with her partner, Alev Aydin.
Halsey’s Summer Is As Enjoyable As The Photos She Shared With Fans
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Although the 27-year-old dropped several pictures to prove she was enjoying the serenity of spending time in the desert, the views of her in a bikini caught fans’ eyes.
In the first photo, Hasley’s rock-hard abs and numerous tattoos are displayed in a skimpy two-piece green, pink, and yellow bikini with a similarly patterned headscarf.
The “Without Me” hitmaker used her hands to block the sun from getting into her eyes.
She also shared a closer view of her two-piece in a make-up-free selfie she snapped in what appeared to be a restroom. Halsey captioned the carousel of snaps to her millions of followers:
“lightning fast post tour re-charge before the rocket that is @af94_ takes off!”
The pop star’s post earned her over 550k likes and over 1,200 comments. While one fan gushed at how good she looked, another wanted to know her secret to having a fantastic postpartum body.
Others were curious about how the openly bisexual singer was spending her “much deserved” vacation.
She added a close-up look at her stretch marks from her pregnancy and a tattoo that read “baby” just over her pubic area on her Instagram Story.
Halsey’s activeness on social media did not just start as they marked her son’s first birthday with a sensational Instagram post that touched the hearts of millions.
The Blast shared that the “Him & I” singer dropped a sweet album of the celebrant engaged in different activities, including crawling, walking, and spending time with his parents. Halsey captioned the post with:
“My little tiny baby is a big one-year-old today! time flies, and I want to land the plane. permanently. your baba and I love you so much. you are smart and fiercely determined and sweet and curious and funny. I am so lucky that you found me, Ender Ridley!”
The tribute melted the hearts of her fans, who have liked it over a million times since she penned it. Ender’s cuteness was also not lost on them, and they ensured they mentioned it in the comments.
The “Walls Could Talk” Singer Had Three Miscarriages Before Welcoming Son
Earlier this month, The Blast reported that the “I’m Coming Out” singer went through some traumatic experiences before she welcomed her little boy.
Halsey revealed that even though it was easy for her to get pregnant, carrying the baby to full term was another issue.
The singer had, in fact, experienced three miscarriages before she turned 24. Recounting her encounters, she said:
“One of my miscarriages required ‘aftercare,’ a gentle way of saying that I would need an abortion because my body could not terminate the pregnancy completely on its own and I would risk going into sepsis without medical intervention.”
The experience turned Hasley into a crier as she used tears to release many emotions. Most of the tears came from her gratitude that she had the option to abort and her desperation “to end the pregnancy that was threatening my life.”
The Grammy Awards nominee also recalled feeling a mix of unfamiliar emotions, including helplessness and fear. She had been so scared that they began preparing for the worst-case scenario. In her words:
“I gave detailed instructions regarding the donation of my organs should I die or be declared brain-dead, meaning if my heart beat on, but my brain wasn’t functioning, the state would have permission to cut into my warm and still flush flesh and take my organs to save other lives.”
Her traumatic experience reinforced her stance on abortions; thus, she had no trouble expressing her distaste for the state of women’s rights when the U.S Courts overturned Roe v. Wade in May.
After asking her fans to do more than share disturbing videos, Halsey pointed out that their voices were both necessary and valuable to the cause.