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baby bump

The protruding stomach of a woman who is visibly pregnant. Usually said in the early stages of pregnancy, especially after the "bump" has first appeared. Look at you with your baby bump! You're going to be such a great mom. A: "Does she have a baby bump yet?" B: "No, you can't even tell she's pregnant."
See also: baby, bump
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However, they have a different approach when it comes to their baby bumps. "Kate, kept her style very classic, didn't bring too much attention to the bump and mainly wore A line dresses to skim the bump.
Artist Katie Painter was already painting faces and has now begun transforming BABY BUMPS into mini works of art.
Hollywood stars love to show off their baby bumps so much, that it's almost become a trend to be pregnant!
Summary: The smallest of baby bumps was on display when the Duchess of Cambridge unveiled the first official portrait of herself earlier.
One netizen shared a snap of the royal moms touching their baby bumps on (https://www.ibtimes.com/kate-middleton-princess-diana-hold-their-baby-bump-meghan-markle-photos-2757878) Twitter to support her claim about the unfair treatment that the new duchess has been receiving from the public.
Here's what their baby bumps looked like just shortly before welcoming their babies, as compiled by (https://www.hellomagazine.com/healthandbeauty/mother-and-baby/gallery/2019012567043/royals-last-big-bump-moments-diana-kate-meghan/6/) Hello!
However, an old wives' tale about baby bumps may be serving as a clue when it comes to whether or not Meghan Markle will have a son or a daughter.
In addition, pregnant women tend to have different shapes of baby bumps.
Princess Diana encouraged Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle to show off their baby bumps with pride.
For instance, tall women are likely to have smaller baby bumps. Meanwhile, shorter women tend to have a low bump.
Ross, tall women tend to have smaller baby bumps than shorter women.
Although a number of celebrities have shared their growing baby bumps on social media, still a number of people slammed Roloff for doing the same.
Meanwhile, others suggest that the next royal baby is a girl because of the shape of her baby bump.
According to Ross, the size and shape of a baby bump have a lot to do with the mother's size and shape but not with the baby.