All of us were in for a pleasant surprise when we found out that the gorgeous Celina Jaitly is pregnant with another set of twins. We were the first ones to share the breathtaking beach photo of the actress, where she’s seen flaunting her baby bump in a bikini. The pretty mom-to-be also had a message for everyone which asserted that she posed in a bikini in order to break stereotypes attached to pregnancy in India. And she has done it yet again.
Check out this exclusive unseen picture of the beautiful mother flaunting her baby bump in a bath tub.
Doesn’t she look flawless?
Here’s a heartfelt message that an elated Celina shared with us at MissMalini, along with the photograph:
I decided to share this picture because it is so important to free yourself from a negative body image that people generally associate with pregnancy — and making a good one last beyond pregnancy. No matter what size you become and you may or may not have challenges in course of pregnancy, during pregnancy we need to develop a willingness to view bodily changes as a part of the journey of motherhood, instead fearing them. So I want to remind all fellow preggers to celebrate their amazing bodies, which are capable of creating life in its full glory. When my darling hubby Peter clicked this picture, I was elated because it is so important to me – for us as women to feel good about ourselves and celebrate the changes that the body experiences during pregnancy. I am seen here soaking my pregnant aches and pains away in London. Got caught in a bit of chilly rain on our way back from a delightful evening of London’s exquisite Broadway theatre experiences. A bath with sea salts and organic soaps is a great way to soothe sore muscles and relax during pregnancy. Just keep the temperature warm, not hot, and be careful as you step in and out of the tub. Fellow preggers, remember to avoid soaking in water that’s hot enough to raise your body temperature… very important. Remember that you have a baby growing inside of you, and you have to take care of your body so your baby can be healthy during its developmental process and once it’s born. All the best!