Ashley Graham will be welcoming her twins anytime soon now!
The American model who became a mother to son Isaac in 2020 is expecting twin boys with her husband, Justin Ervin.
It seems like the 34-year-old Sports Illustrated model is in the final stretch of her pregnancy journey as she shared a series of photos flaunting her super pregnant baby bump on Saturday.
“Made it full term today (40 weeks!),” Graham wrote in the caption. “Due dates are just a suggestion, babies will always come on their birthday.”
It has been two years now since the couple welcomed their first child Isaac Menelik Giovanni, in January 2020.
A year and a half year later the birth of their firstborn, last summer, the excited couple announced their second pregnancy news.
“The past year has been full of tiny surprises, big griefs, familiar beginnings, and news stories,” Graham took to Instagram at the time. “I’m just beginning to process and celebrate what this next chapter means for us.”
In September 2021, the star couple broke in an adorable video they shared on Instagram that they are expecting twin’s boys. The video also saw the couple showing off the ultrasound results.
Are you serious? We’re gonna have three boys?” she shouted in excitement with a chuckle while the husband added in disbelief, “You are kidding me!”
Graham has been open about her pregnancy as she occasionally posts candid posts regarding her pregnancy showing changes to her body due to pregnancy.
In December, she posted a nude photo of herself on Instagram, flaunting her super-grown baby bump.
The bold picture saw her covering her breasts with one hand and the other on her head with a caption saying, “Justin says my stretch marks look like the tree of life,”
On December 31, the model posted a heartfelt post to tribute her husband on his birthday, “happy birthday to my king, Justin. I love you more and more each day I spend with you as the world’s kindest and most patient, nurturing husband. thank you for being the best dad to our boys and for aging like fine wine” she wrote in the caption.