Jessie J may be the star, but her unborn child has the limelight. The “Flashlight” singer is still in full pregnancy swing with immeasurable cheer over her unborn child, who is slowly but surely easing their way into the world.
Since the proud mama announced that she was expecting a child earlier this year, she has had her social media timeline brewing with excitement over shared snippets of her growing baby bump.
She recently put up a new post, showing the full glory of her growing belly to her 12.8M Instagram followers.
Jessie J Shared Snippets Of Her Growing Baby Bump
The expecting mom took to her IG Story to share two snapshots of her huge baby bump. She looked comfortable and glowed on all sides as she displayed her stomach. She sported black and white striped nightwear pants with a white bra top and socks.
Jessie styled her black hair in a ponytail and posed in front of an off-white wall. The background of the post also featured wooden floors and big-sized candles. In the first upload, her burgeoning bump faced the camera; however, in the second, she turned to the side with her right hand on her lower back and a glimpse of her ear tattoo.
Before this post, the “Bang Bang” singer joined the Mother’s Day celebration in the UK by penning an emotional message to her unborn son. To commemorate the special day, The Blast noted that the “Price Tag” singer shared pictures that captured her motherhood journey.
Jessie posted a scan of her unborn baby and a picture with the words, “I love you and want to be the best version of me for you,” on her Instagram. Also included was a clip of herself singing at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London.
Alongside the upload, Jessie penned, “Thank you for coming to me. Thank you for trusting me that my body can keep you safe. Thank you for gifting me with the most special experience already so far and with the most important role I will ever play in my entire life.”
Still declaring her underlying love to the bundle of joy growing in her, the lovely mum noted, “I love you so hard it blows my mind this is real. I’m yours forever my son. I cannot wait to meet you. And see this smile in real life.”
The love note also touched on her child’s father, Chanan Safir Colmany, describing him as the “most patient, calm and good looking man. Afterward, she said, “You are going to LOVE him when you meet him.”
In the concluding parts of the caption, the trail-blazing singer recalled her sad miscarriage last year, mentioning why this Mother’s Day was emotional for her. “I feel so emotional as every Mother’s Day before this one has been so different. I know the pain so many people are feeling today, and I am holding you in my heart.”
Fans in the comment section stated how the pregnant songstress deserved to celebrate the special day, with one user commenting, “You’re going to be the best mom ever!!!” While another added, “Happy Mother’s Day! You deserve it so so much.”
The Expecting Mother Only Wants To Hear About The Joys Of Motherhood
When the “Bang Bang” songstress is wowing fans with her growing baby bump, she opens up about her expectations for motherhood. As recently reported, the 35-year-old revealed she is not here for the toxic opinions others might have regarding parenthood.
The Billboard Women in Music honoree took to her Instagram story to subtly warn fans against spreading negative experiences about motherhood. To send her message across, she reposted a message by the renowned leadership coach Harris Fanaroff, where he addressed the same problem.
In the photo, the consultant explained that he was over the sad narrative of parenthood being a disaster. The mentioned cons were, “You’ll never sleep again,” “Your travel life is over,” and “Say goodbye to your weekends.”
The marketing guru noted he was against hearing about the consequences of having children because he was expecting his first baby with his partner in a couple of weeks. Above the post, the doting mom-to-be, who had similar sentiments, penned, “This. So over people sharing often (mostly often) only trauma and not the joy. Both can exist. It truly can ruin it for new-time parents.”