& # 39; This is bizarre & # 39 ;: the pregnant bikini model Hannah Polites, 28, is being trapped by fans for posting this photo AFTER going to work
- Hannah Polites is an Australian fitness model that has just given birth to a boy
- The 28-year-old from the Gold Coast shared an image of her family of three
- There was a sign with the message that she was giving birth and would be giving birth soon
- Her followers were surprised that she had time to take such a glamorous photo
An Australian bikini model has been criticized for taking a photo on social media with perfect hair and makeup to announce when she was giving birth.
Hannah Polites, 28, was preparing to leave her home on the Gold Coast, Queensland, with husband Grant Small and daughter Evaliah Grace, when she seemed to take a break and take the perfectly staged bang.
With matching gray ensembles, Hannah welcomed her son into the world just hours after the image was uploaded to her Instagram page.
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Hannah Polites, 28, prepared to leave her home on the Gold Coast with husband Grant Small and daughter Evaliah Grace when she paused for a photo (all pictured)
A word board placed in front of the family read: & # 39; Woohoo mom is at work and baby is almost here & # 39 ;.
Some of Hannah's 1.3 million followers accused the staged photo shoot of & # 39; bizarre & # 39; and to be bizarre, especially considering that she had brought her second child that day.
& # 39; She is like & # 39; ready to push & pose with full makeup and in a designer hospital coat, & # 39; one person noted.
& # 39; Will take the time to set up staged photos & # 39; s for Instagram when you are in a work problem? & # 39; Another wrote on Facebook.
Some of her 1.3 million followers accused the staged photo session of & # 39; bizarre & # 39; and bizarre, especially considering that she had only delivered her second child hours later
& # 39; I find it strange that everything is staged on Insta and & # 39; must be in the square & # 39; so that everyone can see it. Certainly a quick tired selfie would have been better than a full hair and makeup family photo & # 39 ;.
Others said they could only & # 39; wish & # 39; that they looked & # 39; good & # 39; during their delivery and praised her ability to look perfect even in the event of an impending birth.
& # 39; Each their own. Not my style, but she's about to have a baby, she can do what she wants, & a person said.
Others said they could only & # 39; wish & # 39; that they looked & # 39; good & # 39; during childbirth and praised her ability to look perfect even in the light of an approaching birth
One person even suggested that they had probably taken the photo a few days earlier and then posted it when Hannah was actually giving birth
& # 39; I see nothing problematic here. I have had four children and every birth is different. "I suspect she is in an early phase and has taken the time to capture a memory that she can keep forever," said another.
One person suggested that they probably took the photo a few days earlier and then posted it when Hannah actually gave birth.
& # 39; I have mixed feelings. Part of me thinks that if she is happy, who am I to tell her what to do. But I'm also worried about putting women under pressure to be glamorous, even during delivery, & another one said.
Hannah, who is a midwife by profession, has 1.3 million followers on her Instagram account
Less than a day later, Hannah returned to Instagram to share a black-and-white photo of herself just after the birth of her son.
& # 39; Your first breath took our way, caught right in dad's arms … Welcome to the dear baby family, & # 39; she endorsed the raw image.
& # 39; We have waited nine months to hold you, touch your soft skin, look into your eyes and see your sweet angel face. We are in absolute heaven with our little boy. & # 39;
Their son has yet to be mentioned, but they will probably enjoy their first few hours as a family of five.
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