Whitney Port has made headlines regarding her skills as a designer and her time on The Hills, but lately, her refreshingly candid take on pregnancy has taken center stage. While many women feel uncomfortable, unattractive, and downright awkward in their own bodies while pregnant, this somewhat bleak take on pregnancy is seldom discussed (or even admitted).
Port, on the other hand, has not only said, "I love my baby, but I hate pregnancy," but she's actively documented the unpleasant side effects of each trimester on her Instagram. Her most recent installment features an exhausted Port in her third trimester, as filmed by her husband, Tim Rosenman. She admits that she hardly recognizes her hands and feet due to the bloating, is insatiably hungry, overly tired, and a bit anxious at the thought of giving birth and having everything prepared for their little one.
"The hunger has struck again!" she writes in her caption. "But this time I am just giving in to eating everything I want and not feeling an ounce of guilt about it. Who else is with me?" We certainly are. See Whitney Port's full caption and video below.
Soooooo, I am nearing the end of my pregnancy and getting so antsy and excited yet nervous for the big day to come! Having no idea what to expect actually makes the waiting game so much easier, at least in my opinion ;). Last week, Timmy decided to put a camera in my face as soon as I woke up so we could give you the real, raw, inside look into how I'm doing! Big symptoms for me are swelling and super tender feet and hands (like insane!!! I don't even recognize them), general tiredness, feeling the need to have everything in place for baby (even though everyone keeps telling me all they need is my boob and a place to sleep), and HUNGER! The HUNGER has struck again! But this time I am just giving in to eating everything I want and not feeling an ounce of guilt about it. Who else is with me?? So happy I get to share this all with you! Don't know what I would do without all your feedback, support & tips! Click link in bio to watch full video!
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