Former MAFS star Martha Kalifatidis wowed her Instagram followers on Thursday night after showing off her baby bump with a topless mirror selfie. She covered her chest with her arms and jokingly captioned the photo, "I hope this kid is hungry."
Martha's fiancè Michael Brunelli, quipped, "Just threw out my protein powder." His comment divided Martha's followers, with some telling him breast milk tastes "gross" and others arguing it tastes "sweet".
Martha's followers loved the snap, with Tayla Damir commenting, "The caption is everything."
"Hottest prego woman ever," Emily Davies added, while Tilly Whitfield simply wrote, "ICONIC."
Sky Wheatley joked, "Hahahahaha careful not to drown the beeebyyy beeeb those milk jugs are off their t*ts."
"Thank you for showing pregnant bodies!" one follower wrote. "Just beautiful and love you for normalising womanhood and all the amazing things our bodies do!"
It comes after the former reality star told her followers she is still struggling with her pregnancy after previously revealing she was diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum at just five weeks into the pregnancy.
Martha shared a photo of herself looking glum earlier this month, with the caption reading, "I don't know how I can be so up and down. I felt ok yesterday but today I literally feel like I'm dying."
She continued, "Yesterday my due date was pushed back to the 6th of March an extra week! Every hour feels like a day I have work commitments looming over my head and can't help but feel like I've completely neglected everything I worked so hard to build. I feel like I'm at breaking point.
"I need to vent, I spend all my waking hours sitting alone with my own thoughts which are grim atm. I know how lucky I am and what a miracle it is to carry a child. All I've felt for 8 months is suffering."
Martha added that she felt as though she'd "completely lost" herself and didn't think she'd ever "feel normal" or like herself again.
"You’re allowed to feel like this, it is absolutely normal and you are validated," one follower wrote. "Even after you see and meet your beautiful baby there are times when it’s grim. But the change comes when you’re supported (you are) and when YOU are less hard on yourself. Do not feel bad. If this is what needs to happen for you to feel better then so be it! The light is coming Martha, everything is a phase."
"Absolutely not alone mate," Steph Claire Smith wrote. "Sending you lots of love. You’ve got this. Little bub is just around the corner."
"Two things can be true at once," another user wrote. "You can be happy and grateful to be pregnant but also miserable and wanting time to go faster. I promise you will get yourself back. It doesn't happen over night but it happens eventually but you will be a new you."
"It will be the hardest freaking thing you ever do, so it’s 100% ok to feel this way! But all if this will soon be forgotten when you hold bub!! I promise," someone else added.
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