She was pictured next to a friend who was due at the same time, showing the difference between their bumps. In the caption, she complained of the “bullying” she had received during her pregnancy, calling it “crazy” how many comments she had received.
She has since given birth to son Kaelan, who was born last month, and she also has another son, Kyson, who was born in April 2017.
Speaking exclusively to Yahoo Style UK, Elisha explained her height and body shape mean her bumps during her two pregnancies looked especially large.
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What’s the perfect bump?… It’s crazy how many comments I’ve read about myself. “Must be photoshopped” “is she giving birth to a teenager” “triplets” “ouch glad that’s not me” and then you see women who carry small who have to deal with people commenting that their baby mustn’t be healthy or “I look bigger than that after eating a pizza” it’s just horrible how much bullying goes on. At the end of the day you can’t help how you show and carrying a baby is hard work no matter the size. Everyone carry’s differently… @haironmabel and I are 4 days apart. She’s having a girl and I’m having a boy 😍😍 #babybumps
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“There’s a lot of factors that can make you bigger. I’m 5”3 and have a small torso and carry a lot of fluid,” she explained.
“My partner is also quite tall (6”3). I think if your partner is on the taller side there’s a chance you’re going to have a bigger baby genetically speaking.”
In recent months, Meghan Markle’s pregnancy has been in the headlines – with bump watchers speculating her bump size meaans she’s further along than previously thought.
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