Emily Ratajkowski parades her thriving baby bump in vintage and low sweatpants while out with her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and dog Colombo
Emily Ratajkowski announced that she is expecting her first child in October.
And the model / actress / author was proud to parade her growing belly while in Los Angeles with her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and their dog Colombo.
The 29-year-old London-born It Girl, raised in California, bared her thriving belly in a tiny black crop and cinnamon-hued sweat thrown low over her hips.
Hitting well! Emily Ratajkowski demonstrates her baby bloating while wearing a crop top and low sweats in Los Angeles with her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard on Sunday
Carrying her heart on her chest, she added a lush gold “S” pendant to her neck, her husband’s first initial.
Sebastian looked chic in colorful pants and a white T-shirt with a bearded man in front. He leads a mix of huskies and a German Shepherd couple while carrying a match latte in his hand.
They paused for a second to let Colombo take care of his business before returning home.
During the trip, the couple was noticeably without masks, although Sebastian did have one pulled under his chin.
Wait: They stopped for a second to let Colombo take care of his business before he returned home
Bumpin: Emily flaunted her baby with the same look earlier in the day
Emily has been embracing the changing body lately.
The star also showed off her newlywed belly on Instagram earlier in the day as she posed for a mirror selfie, offering a look at her and Sebastian’s Echo Park pad.
Earlier, she shared a look at her belly while in bed au naturel.
Emily announced her baby news via a Vogue essay in late October.
Lazy day: She shared a photo of her blow from an awkward view while sleeping in a naked body
Hunger: Emily leaned toward her thirst as she and Sebastian crouched over three different types of delicious pasta.
In the piece, she describes the changing figure as “bizarre and unknown.”
The designer of Inamorata continued: “Pregnancy is innate loneliness; it is something that a woman does on her own, in her body, regardless of the circumstances.
“Although I have a loving partner and many girlfriends willing to share the rough details of my pregnancy, I end up alone with my body in this experience.”
Although she said she was “undeniably helpless” about her pregnancy, she said she was “surprisingly worried” and felt “at ease”.
Mama mia: Emily looked fantastic in a black dress with a tie before going to dinner with her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard