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Emily Skye shares photos of pregnant belly at 24 weeks with first and second baby 

‘It’s one big boy’: Personal trainer, 35, shares photo of her ‘rapidly growing’ pregnancy belly at 24 weeks and compares it with a snap taken at the SAME stage with her first baby

  • Fitness model Emily Skye has shared images of her two pregnancies at 24 weeks
  • The personal trainer said she is shocked at how different her two experiences are
  • Emily also said she ‘can’t stop eating and being at home every day doesn’t help’ 
  • Fitness guru gave birth to her first child, daughter Mia Elise, in December 2017

Australian fitness star and mother-of-one, Emily Skye, has shared a photo of her ‘rapidly growing’ pregnant belly after noticing how much ‘bigger’ it was than her first pregnancy. 

The 24-weeks-pregnant personal trainer, 35, posted side-by-side images to Instagram, comparing her two pregnancies – her first with daughter Mia and second with her unborn son – at the same stage. 

‘Just slightly bigger this pregnancy! Do you think my belly will continue to grow at this rapid rate or slow down towards the end?’ She wrote.

Fitness star and mother-of-one Emily Skye has shared a photo of her 'rapidly growing' pregnant belly after noticing how much 'bigger' it was than her first pregnancy

Fitness star and mother-of-one Emily Skye has shared a photo of her ‘rapidly growing’ pregnant belly after noticing how much ‘bigger’ it was than her first pregnancy 

‘It’s amazing how pregnancies can differ so much isn’t it! I’m very grateful for my body for growing my son so well… SO VERY WELL!’

Emily’s day on a plate 

Breakfast: Egg, spinach and haloumi wrap

Lunch: Organic chicken breast and steamed vegetables with hemp seasoning, coconut teriyaki sauce and roasted sweet seaweed

Snack: Smoothie or berry yoghurt with an apple

Dinner: Beef, lime and coriander fajita bowl

She said that she ‘can’t stop eating’ due to a ‘lack of self control’. 

‘I am a completely different person. When I’m not pregnant I’m pretty good with food and can control myself… but I am completely out of control right now.’ 

Emily said her belly was ‘rapidly growing’ and questioned whether she’d be able to walk by the time she was full term. 

‘I’m actually not joking,’ she wrote.

Emily has been keeping fans up-to-date with her pregnancy, regularly posting videos and photos to Instagram.

Emily (pictured) said her pregnancies have been different but she is 'very grateful for my body for growing my son so well... SO VERY WELL!'

Emily (pictured) said her pregnancies have been different but she is ‘very grateful for my body for growing my son so well… SO VERY WELL!’

She has also been maintaining her fitness by focusing on compound movements and sharing her workouts with her followers.

Emily’s home workout with Mia 

10 x Opposite arm opposite leg lift (10 reps each side)

15 x Squats

10 x Two phase lunges (10 reps per leg

‘I admire those women who keep up with intense training while pregnant. I personally can’t do it & feel a bit lazy watching them,’ she said.

The mum of one’s post has since received more than 90,000 likes and hundreds of comments from women saying how inspired they are by Emily’s positive message. 

‘I’ve followed you for years and you have helped me through so much! Thank you for sharing your life with the world. You are and inspiration,’ one woman said.

‘It’s so refreshing to see a fitness model actually posting the truth about pregnancy!’ another added.

Emily has been keeping fans up-to-date with her pregnancy and recently shared a series of home exercise routines while holding her two-year-old daughter Mia Elise

Emily has been keeping fans up-to-date with her pregnancy and recently shared a series of home exercise routines while holding her two-year-old daughter Mia Elise

Most recently, Emily shared a series of home exercise routines while holding her two-year-old daughter Mia Elise. 

‘My simple at home pregnancy workout with my girl. If you’re currently pregnant make sure your doctor clears you for exercise,’ Emily captioned the Instagram post.

She first completed a horizontal leg and arm extension exercise with Mia on her back followed by squats and finished with walking lunges while holding Mia.

‘Do three to six rounds depending on your fitness level and how you’re feeling. Take rests as needed,’ she said.

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