Pregnant blogger praised for veiny chest Instagram post: ‘Natural mum beauty is the best’

Australian beauty Belle Lucia has been targeted by vile trolls in the past.

Previously, the mum-to-be was forced to hit back at trolls who mocked her five month baby bump.

But now the 24-year-old has been applauded on Instagram for proudly displaying her “veiny” chest in a stunning bump shot.

In the snap to her 1.4 million followers, Belle shows off her growing stomach as she poses in a pretty floral bikini by Cupshe.

“Casually got a 37cm baby inside me”

Belle Lucia

She wrote: “1 more week until I’m in the 3rd trimester. Casually got a 37cm baby inside me. P.S. I know I got a veiny chest.

“Happens when your blood volume increases by 50% when pregnant and they go away after pregnancy when your blood volume returns.”

The post secured over 99,700 likes and thousands of comments since Belle shared it last week.

And the social media influencer was praised for her decision to show off her veiny boobs.

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One Instagram user wrote: “I love that you don’t Photoshop the veins in your chest! I’m 31 weeks and have yet to get the boobs.”

Another message read: “Love how true the photo is.”

While a third added: “So inspirational especially that you’re not Photoshopping and putting make-up over your chest to hide veins or anything of the kind. Natural mum beauty is the best.”

Previously, the pregnant model blasted trolls who called her tiny baby bump “freaky”.

The London-based beauty reminded fans that pregnancy bumps develop at different rates.

She explained: “As you can see, women show very differently but are all carrying a little life.

“Just because I’m not showing as much as you like doesn’t mean my pregnancy is ‘unhealthy’ or that I’m promoting a ‘skinny’ pregnancy.

“It’s just my body and I can’t help it if it doesn’t look the same as other women.

“Body shaming is not okay no matter how ‘big’ or ‘small’ someone is.”

Back in May, Belle spoke exclusively to Daily Star Online about the body shaming trolls.

She explained: “The majority of everyone’s reactions have been positive, I mean who doesn’t love babies.

“Only a small handful have been negative but I think that only reflects badly on the the person sending the message.”

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