Nicola Adams cradles her pregnant girlfriend Ella Baig’s burgeoning baby bump as she dons a bodycon dress with a thigh-slit at a parenting event
They recently announced that they are expecting a baby.
Y nicola adamsBride Ella Baig showed off her burgeoning baby bump in a midi dress with a thigh-high slit at a parenting event on Thursday.
The boxer, 39, and the model, 24, posed for a series of sweet snaps as Nicola cradled Ella’s bulge at the Tommee Tippee Truth Booth in Westfield. London.
Expectant parents: Nicola Adams, 39, cradled her pregnant girlfriend Ella Baig, 24,’s baby bump while donning a form-fitting dress with a thigh-slit at a parenting event in London on Thursday
She looked radiant in the cream ensemble as she donned a yellow and gray plaid shirt.
She pulled her blonde locks up into a sleek high bun and slipped on practical flats to complete her look.
Nicola opted for a striking graphic print co-ordination made up of a t-shirt and shorts that she paired with leather trainers.
Stunning: She looked radiant in the cream ensemble as she donned a yellow and gray plaid shirt
This comes as Ella responded to trolls claiming she was not the mother of her child after sharing sweet baby bump photos last month.
The model took to Instagram to post snaps of herself in a gray dress cradling her burgeoning baby bump as she blasted online trolls for their hateful comments about her pregnancy.
In a long caption, Ella said that she and her ex-boxer girlfriend often see comments about how their baby isn’t really theirs because it’s “biologically impossible.”
Candid: This comes as Ella fired back at trolls claiming she wasn’t the mother of her child after sharing sweet baby bump photos last month.
She responded to the ‘cruel’ trolls, asking why people couldn’t be happy knowing their baby would be loved, instead of questioning them for using IVF and a sperm donor.
The couple, who have been together for four years, conceived after their fourth round of IVF and began fertility treatment in 2019.
In her Instagram post, Ella said she knew she and Nicola couldn’t have had a child without medical intervention, but said people’s harsh comments were the reason there was a stigma around IVF.
Parents: In a long caption, Ella said that she and her ex-boxer girlfriend often see comments about how their baby isn’t really theirs because it’s “biologically impossible.”
She wrote: “See a lot of comments about how this isn’t ‘our’ child because that’s ‘biologically’ impossible and we’re not the parents… we all know we couldn’t have done this without medical intervention trust me I know.”
“But it makes me think that this is why there is so much of an issue around IVF and fertility because people are so cruel. Just because a child isn’t biologically yours and wasn’t created ‘naturally’ doesn’t mean it’s not your child!
‘Why can’t people be happy knowing that the child will be loved and wanted?’
Trolls: But Ella responded to the ‘cruel’ comments and asked why people couldn’t just be happy knowing they loved their baby, instead of questioning them for using IVF.
She also criticized people for giving her and Ella a “hard time” when there are fathers who don’t “stay around to do the work” as parents, comparing absentee fathers to sperm donors.
‘Too many children come into this world with so-called parents who are nothing more than donors… not parents. But are they giving us a hard time?! she said.
‘That’s a donor like all the men who are making babies and don’t stick around to do the work! You guys really need to learn the difference.
Exciting: The couple, who have been together for four years, conceived after their fourth round of IVF, having started fertility treatment in 2019