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Celebs Bare Their Baby Bumps in Bikinis: Did You Wear One While Pregnant?

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Tori Spelling chills out with her bump on the beach.

There definitely seems to be something in the water right now in Hollywood, as more and more celebrities are turning up pregnant each week. From Tori Spelling, to Jessica Alba, to Kate Hudson, there are about to be some very famous kids arriving any day now.

Celebs are not shy about flaunting their amazing figures, and most of them won’t sacrifice their high-end fashion choices simply because they are pregnant. A new trend seems to be celebrities baring their growing baby bumps in teeny tiny bikinis. They wear them when they’re not expecting, so why should pregnancy be any different?

Take this picture of Tori Spelling, for example. Even though she’s got a growing belly, she still looks pretty great in a two-piece suit. I have to say that I love the “realness” of this photo. Did you happen to notice the empty cans of orange soda and cookies sitting on the towel next to her?

Here is a photo of Tori in a bikini after she had her son, Liam. She looks like she’s wasting away, and I actually prefer the way she looks pregnant in a bikini to this picture.

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Tori Spelling's post-baby bikini body.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am pretty in shape for a 33-year old mom, and I still have summer days where I hesitate to put on a bikini. Once I get a month or so into the season and have a good tan, I’m not modest about it at all, but considering I live in the Northeast, I’m not quite ready for a two piece yet. And when I was pregnant? Forget about it!

I think I wore a bikini up until about the fourth month of pregnancy and then went back to one pieces. My bump wasn’t the only thing on my body that grew, and there was no way I would have been able to squeeze everything into a barely there piece of material.

Make sure to check out our slideshow of pregnant celebrities who bared their bumps in bikinis. Did you wear one while pregnant?

Photos: Pacific Coast News

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