Updated May 25, 2020, 7:25 a.m.
Lena Gercke seems to be enjoying the last weeks of her pregnancy to the fullest. And take it easy. At least that suggests a new picture, which the model has now shared on Instagram.
It doesn’t take long: The mirror selfie shows Lena Gercke in a tight black dress, which puts her now rather large baby ball in the center of attention. One could almost think that the model would be ready for a nice date – if it weren’t for the white snug socks that can be seen on the second selfie.
The text for the picture also suggests a quiet day at home. “Relaxed Sunday,” writes Lena Gercke on her Instagram account. A smiling smiley completes the post.
Fans are happy about Lena Gercke’s baby bump
Your fans are excited anyway. The post has now been liked more than 130,000 times. Comments like “Wow, beautiful baby bump!” Are piling up under the pictures. and “beautiful mother-to-be.” In addition, the fans wonder whether it will be a boy or a girl.
What most of Lena Gercke’s followers are even more interested in is the calculated date of birth of the young model. So far, neither Gercke nor her friend Dustin Schöne have betrayed him. Or maybe yes?
The model could have fashionably smuggled a note into her new Insta pictures. Because: The black dress she is wearing in the pictures looks suspiciously like the one in which she shared her baby secret with the world in January!
Will it be soon?
At the time, the model posted a picture of herself in a black dress with a black down jacket on a winter vacation. The first picture that showed anything of pregnancy. Lena had always skillfully hidden her growing ball from it. Would she (also) like to tell us with the new pictures that the offspring will soon be ready?
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