Rihanna On Why She Shows Off Her Pregnancy


Rihanna’s desire to start a family is admirable. Rihanna, a famous singer, has revealed why she is always flaunting her baby belly.

In an interview for her cover story in the May issue of Vogue Magazine, the expectant billionaire businesswoman emphasized that pregnancy should be cherished rather than hidden.

Rihanna revealed that after learning of her pregnancy, she made the conscious decision not to purchase maternity clothing. 

“When I found out I was pregnant, I thought to myself, there is no way I’m going to go shopping in a maternity aisle.

“My body is doing incredible things right now, and I’m not going to be ashamed of that. This time should feel celebratory because why should you be hiding your pregnancy?

“I’m sorry, it’s too much fun to get dressed up and I am not going to let that part disappear because my body is changing,” she said.

Rihanna has continued to turn heads with her vibrant maternity style since revealing her pregnancy with a series of eye-catching photographs, as she hopes society will be able to “redefine what’s considered ‘decent’ for pregnant women”, she further told Vogue.

Rihanna and Rocky announced her pregnancy on an outing in New York City on January 28. Rihanna was seen in a long pink puffer jacket with the buttons unzipped to show off her protruding stomach.

The singer accessorized her appearance with low-rise light-wash jeans and a long gold cross necklace with colourful stones, in addition to revealing her baby belly.

Congratulations to her!


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