Karolina Kurkova and Archie Drury at the moment are outnumbered with the birth of their third child.
“Welcome LunaGrace, our little angel, born on the pink supermoon,” the mannequin, 37, introduced by way of Instagram on Sunday. “We’re so in love. #mothersday.”
The photograph reveals the new child on her abdomen carrying a Marie-Chantal Kids Pointelle Angel Wing Pima Cotton Sleepsuit.
Kurkova and her husband’s new bundle of pleasure joins their sons, Tobin, 11, and Noah, 5.
The Czech-born stunner introduced her third being pregnant in December 2020, debuting her child bump in a nude photograph shoot.
“We’re thrilled to announce the upcoming arrival of a brand new child in our household,” she wrote by way of Instagram on the time.
Kurkova went on to share a photograph of her youngest son holding an ultrasound.
“A young second with Noah studying of the brand new child coming,” she captioned the publish. “He mentioned he needs to take the sonogram photographs to college for present and inform.”
In December, the previous Victoria’s Secret Angel wrote an essay for Glamour detailing the “completely different expertise” of being pregnant through the coronavirus pandemic.
“There’s the plain — you don’t actually get to expertise it with your family members, you possibly can’t see prolonged household, you go to ultrasounds by your self. However for me, I’m additionally in a distinct place,” she defined. “Once I had my two different pregnancies, I used to be youthful. Now in my mid-30s, I’m extra assured in my pores and skin and benefitting from a 12 months that’s introduced so many alternatives to suppose, replicate and reevaluate. I believe this time has introduced a number of issues to the floor for many people — issues we would have dismissed or thought we might deal with later — and compelled us to take into consideration who we’re and what actually issues.”
Kurkova referred to as being pregnant a “stunning, female, sensual time,” explaining that “once I give birth and once I’m pregnant, I actually really feel like a lady. It’s like, ‘Wow I can try this. I’m so sturdy. I pushed this, I carried this, I’m breastfeeding this, I’m giving this individual life.’ It’s a Marvel Girl feeling. And it’s your proper to take pleasure in that. Have a good time it. Doc it. Body it.”