Model Hunter McGrady Calls For Representation For Plus-Size Pregnant Women

Pregnancy is one of the most exciting and anxious times for all the mommas-to-be out there. As someone who has never been pregnant, but has had lots of pregnant besties, I can't imagine the physical and emotional toll this 9-month miracle process takes.

Now, model and body-positive activist Hunter McGrady is calling for representation for people that are pregnant and plus-size.

Hunter McGrady is one of the most beautiful people in Hollywood both inside, and out.

Last year, Diply had the chance to chat with Hunter about her size-inclusive clothing line, and her #AllWorthy body-positive campaign.

Recently, the 27-year-old announced she was expecting her first child, a son, with hubby Brian Keys.

Now, Hunter is getting candid about her experience as a plus-size pregnant women in an emotional new Instagram post.

"Plus size and pregnant. Being plus size the representation already falls incredibly short, but being plus size AND pregnant? Forget it," the blonde bombshell began.

"When I embarked on this journey I was excitedly googling pregnancy, plus size pregnancy, bump pictures, updates, all the things!"

"However, I never saw myself represented, I knew going into this my belly wasn’t going to be this perfect little round thing that just bops out, I knew I wouldn’t have options for maternity wear, i knew my body would change in different ways than i have seen my whole life, and yet I don’t know if I was prepared for how much the plus size pregnancy representation lacks."

She continued: "There aren’t any plus size pregnant women on magazine covers, advertisements, television, or even the brochure’s at the OBGYN office."

"It’s almost as if we don’t exist, like we’re an anomaly. I’m here to tell you that you are not a 'one off' you’re not wrong for being plus size and pregnant, your body is equipped for this."

"Wherever you are on your journey just remember how wildly worthy you are to experience this and enjoy every moment of it just as anyone else," she concluded.

Hunter's comments section instantly became filled with love and support for the mamma-to-be.

What an important message to share with pregnant people everywhere! Way to go, Hunter!