Model And Mom Tess Holliday Has HUGE News To Share With Her Fans!

When it comes to motherhood, pregnancies and children, anyone will tell you that it’s almost impossible to plan things out according to how you would like to see it. You would think getting pregnant would be a direct science but a lot of moms know that it’s almost impossible to plan a pregnancy. And that’s why plus-size model Tess Holliday is both excited and freaking out about her second pregnancy, mostly because it’s been over a decade since she last changed a diaper!

Tess, who is expecting with her partner, Nick, recently revealed that while she has a lot to look forward to, she knows that juggling motherhood along with her career is no easy task to juggle.

Nick & I spent the afternoon with the queen of dressing gowns @catherinedlish 👑 Can’t wait to create some magic 💫✨

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“It definitely was not planned and I was a little nervous when I first found out, but I’m excited!” she told People Magazine in a new interview. “When I had my son, I was 20 and I didn’t know what I was doing and I didn’t have help. I’m really excited to be doing it again and have support, and be able to enjoy having a baby, because I couldn’t last time.”

If that weren’t enough, Tess also says she’s freaking out over the fact that she has no clue how to raise a baby again!

Dreaming of warmer days☀️

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“It’s [also] been 10 years since I had a kid, so there are so many things that are new,” she added. “My friends that have babies are posting all of these new swings and breastfeeding techniques and new bottles, and it’s really overwhelming because I thought, ‘I’ve already done all this,’ but it feels like I haven’t. I’m having to relearn a lot!” Congrats to Tess and Nick and we can’t wait to see your baby bump pics soon!

Shot for @theuntitledmagazine #GirlPower issue in stores now ✌🏼️ This is my body with very minimal photoshop, but make no mistake that I think photoshop is an essential part of my industry. When I first started modeling I wasn’t as comfortable with my arms or tummy but now, I love all of it 💯! Most of the images you see daily in the media, magazines, etc have been photoshopped & you would have no idea. I don’t believe in using it to distort someone’s body or make them slimmer, but to smooth lines in clothes, or amping up the colors.. Hell yes! Have any of you ever used a filter on Instagram? *gasp!* Thats the same thing. As a model I have ZERO control over how a photo is edited or the final result but work with the best in the industry & stand by my work👌🏽 So yes, you can #effyourbeautystandards by using photoshop, makeup & a wind machine. At the end of the day, I’m doing the impossible by even being a model in the body I’m in. It’s about being unapologetically YOU.. Whatever that means 💋📷@indiracesarine

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Source via People Magazine


Joanna has been following the world of entertainment and celebrities since '05, having served as the Editor-in-Chief of Celebrity News Service and as a personal assistant for one of the original James Bond screenwriters, producer Kevin McClory during her days in Ireland. These days she’s a mother, warrior, celebrity writer and Disney dreamer. And she eats a lot of peanut butter M&Ms, as well.

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