Is there anything more beautiful than a pregnant body? If recent Instagram selfies from expectant mama Ashley Graham are any indication, we'd have to say "no."

The supermodel, who is set to welcome her first baby with husband Justin Ervin, has been living her best pregnant life—and she's been sharing glimpses of everything from her prenatal workouts to her bump style to photos of her pregnancy curves in all their glory.

What do we love most of these photos? Ashley shows it like it really is. There's no editing of stretch marks or strategic posing here: The famously body-confident model is unabashedly showing off what her beautiful growing body truly looks like.

Ashley shared a nude selfie on her Instagram stories this past weekend: The image featured her growing bump pictured from the side with visible stretch marks in the frame. But shooting selfies isn't all the supermodel did over the weekend: She also shared photos and videos of herself all glammed out in a black dress with a high ponytail...but make no mistake, the glam isn't lasting as long these days.

One Instagram follower asked Ashley if she's actually wearing heels all day while pregnant, to which the model replies "I wore them for a night! There's no way I'd be able to wear heels all day pregnant! But don't get it twisted, I was on the dance floor getting down!"

It just goes to show: Ashley Graham can rock a bare baby bump or a red carpet glam moment while pregnant. This isn't the first time Ashley has showed off either look: She previously shared another look at her stunning stretch marks, and she's been seen in everything from bikinis to bodycon dresses while pregnant.

Ashley announced her pregnancy back in August, and while we have no word on her due date, we can say this: We can't wait to see how this mom-to-be will rock early motherhood!

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