Jaime King Shares Topless Photo of Her Growing Baby Bump
After struggling with fertility issues — which included five miscarriages, five rounds of IVF and 26 IUIs — Jaime King is prouder than ever to show the world her ever-changing body during her second pregnancy.
The Heart of Dixie actress stripped down into just her underwear and took to Instagram today to share a photo of her bare baby bump.
She wrote to her many followers, “My body. My growing baby, open for comments. Plain as day. I, like every other woman, bracing for your judgments. This is who I am. And I love me in every flaw and curve or flat or thin area. And I love you as well in every form that your body takes.”
Unfortunately the brave photo was accidentally deleted by her 1-year-old, tech-savvy son:
@POPSUGARMoms well, I have a savvy baby. It was a brave post for a few minutes! He deleted it and several other things! Lol
— Jaime King (@Jaime_King) March 17, 2015
King is known for being open and honest about her life and personal opinions. In fact, just last week she got entangled in some Instagram drama after one of her followers called her a “ho” for a photo of her with a Fiji water bottle.
“I’m sure the people of fiji would like fiji water too but unfortunately they can’t have any because some big business decided that they now own the water in fiji,” the comment read. “But hey ho, keep paying top dollar for those bottles of water, as long as oppression isn’t on your door step, am i right?”
King responded with a long open letter to the fan, writing: “Take responsibility for your words. Let’s call this instant karma. You don’t know how I grew up, we didn’t have fancy things and lots of money, you don’t know how hard I had to work for everything I have. I applaud everyone that achieved their dreams. I don’t degrade them when they are pregnant or not pregnant and putting good things in the world… But I will not accept that this will be the norm of how we speak to each other. Because I idealistically believe that we can and will have the capability to lift each other up as women. And not use words like HO to address one another.”