Pregnant Kelly Rowland showcases six-month baby bump in sizzling bikini
By MIRROR |
11 months ago
Kelly Rowland has shown that she is looking sensational at six months pregnant, by sharing a photo of herself in a black bikini.
The 39-year-old former Destiny's Child star has expressed her surprise at how quickly her pregnancy with her second child is going.
It certainly seems that the situation is agreeing with the singer as she sizzles in a video posted on Instagram in which she shows her baby bump from different angles.
Captioning the clip that she posted on Tuesday, Kelly exclaimed: "6 MONTHS ALREADY!!"
She continued, writing: "This time passed SO FAST!!! I’m enjoying every moment!"
The footage shows Kelly in a black bikini and a fedora as he poses in front of a mirror.
In the video, she tells her fans: "Here we are today at six months."
She then pans the camera over to her reflection in another mirror before saying: "This is another angle at six months. And this is another angle at six months. Isn't that so interesting?"
Kelly ended the video by zooming in for a close up of her belly, saying: "Peekaboo! I see you, baby!"
She already has a five-year-old son, Titan, with her husband Tim Weatherspoon and announced she was pregnant again with a cover photo on November's Women's Health.
She told them: "We had been talking about it loosely, and then COVID happened, and we were just like, 'Let's see what happens."
She then fell pregnant straight away and is due later this year.
Kelly continued: "But you still want to remind people that life is important. And being able to have a child... I'm knocking at 40's door in February. Taking care of myself means a lot to me."
After resting as much as she could in her first trimester, Kelly has admitted that she is now feeling an "overwhelming sense of exhaustion."
She is pleased to have finally delivered on a promise to her son, who had been asking for a sibling since last year.
At that time, Kelly said it was "not the right timing" to add to the family.
Her son is convinced that it will be a brother for him and is not entertaining the idea that it might be a sister.
Easy recipe: Soft, coconutty mahamri
By CHEF ALI MANDHRY
Mental health: You can find joy in sad times
By ANNE MUKEI
When pregnancy, child loss comes with painful silent grief
By BELDEEN WALIAULA
To change people’s lives is what fuels me to run
By JACQUELINE MAHUGU
Beauty billions: The cost of styling and applying makeup
By ANNIE AWUOR
Debunking five breast cancer myths
By NANCY NZALAMBI
Adele makes music comeback after six years with new single ‘Easy on Me’
World's tallest woman: Being different is not as bad as you think
Are your iron levels out of balance?
By NANCY NZALAMBI