Being a first-time mother brings with it a mix of joy and dread, not to mention raging hormones, morning sickness, and unanticipated weight gain. For others, the trip is harrowing, but our lovely Mrs Jones has revolutionized the way most women think about pregnancy.
She has demonstrated that even with a large baby belly, moms-to-be can ditch their crocs and sweat pants and pull off attractive ensembles. Here are five occasions that Minnie Dlamini Jones made pregnancy seem amazing.
The first glimpse of the baby bump
The entertainer announces her pregnancy while posing in her backyard, leaving fans ecstatic. She acknowledges her Zulu ancestry by dressing in traditional Zulu pregnant clothes. "I did some study on how a Zulu pregnant woman appeared back in the day in an attempt to give respect to my culture." "Our culture is full of amazing attire, patterns, colors, and designs, all of which have symbolic value," Minnie explains.
On Homeground, Baby Jones makes his television debut.
Minnie appears on TV in a white bodycon dress that accentuates her lovely legs, serving nothing but stunning looks. She completes the ensemble with a pair of nude shoes, and we're left wondering how she does it with such a large baby belly. She doesn't stop there, leaving fans drooling.
Three baby showers were held.
Minnie will be the recipient of three baby showers over the course of three weekends. She captioned the photos of her third opulent shower, "Then the Joneses suggested let's have a baby shower." Can your in-laws ever help you? Take a look at the outfit the performer wore to her party, which was provided by her in-laws.
Journey to Durban
Her doctor urges her not to fly because she is about to give birth. The Jaguar ambassador is taking a road trip to Durban to see her folks due to the 'no flying' rule.
She waltzes towards her Jaguar I-pace wearing a lovely flared African print dress and a cute pair of heels. She really knows how to flaunt her pregnancy.
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