Pregnant MAFS star Martha Kalifatidis looks radiant as she shows off her growing baby bump… after opening up about her morning sickness
Married At First Sight’s Martha Kalifatidis looked absolutely glowing as she showed off her growing baby bump in a gallery of Instagram snaps on Monday.
The influencer, 34, showed off her growing belly in a lacy white crop top as she posed with her 31-year-old fiancé Michael Brunelli.
The raven-haired beauty went makeup-free to emphasize her natural beauty as she struck a series of poses in a children’s clothing store.
MAFS star Martha Kalifatidis (left) looked absolutely radiant as she showed off her growing baby bump in a gallery of Instagram snaps with fiancé Michael Brunelli (right) on Monday.
The photos documented Martha and Michael’s day shopping for baby clothes.
“Love you baby and baby,” Veronicas star Jessica Origliasso gushed in the comments, while another fan said she looked “so beautiful.”
Last month, Martha gave candid insight into how her battle with an acute form of morning sickness had affected her pregnancy.
Martha held up a pink baby’s tracksuit as she browsed the baby store
The Adidas set featured the brand’s iconic white stripes down the arms
She said The Daily Telegraph that the diagnosis of hyperemesis gravidarum changed everything, and her symptoms had manifested themselves in countless painful ways.
“It’s like having gastro, you’re hungover, and you’re on a boat. This is anything but fun,” she said.
She explained that she wasn’t diagnosed until a month into her pregnancy, forcing her and Michael to cut their European vacation short.
Last month, Martha gave candid insight into how her battle with acute morning sickness had affected her pregnancy
“I was stuck abroad, severely dehydrated and had to drink regularly,” she said.
Michael echoed her feelings, admitting that “it was hard to watch her go from enjoying this amazing journey overseas to being bedridden 24 hours a day.”
The couple announced in September that they are expecting their first child together.
She told The Daily Telegraph that being diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum changed everything and that her symptoms had manifested themselves in countless painful ways.