PICS: 10 outfits that hid Bontle Modiselle baby bump

Bontle Modiselle (Photo:Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Bontle Modiselle (Photo:Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Cape ToWn - Ever since actress and dancer Bontle Modiselle revealed she was pregnant with her long-time boyfriend’s (now husband) Priddy Ugly’s baby, Mzansi has been gushing over the cute pair.

Now, the soon-to-be mother has shared several snaps showing how she dressed strategically for events to hide her pregnancy. In all honestly, she appears to have the flattest tummy in most of the pictures, so we stan a queen who knows how to keep things hush hush.

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The media personality took to Instagram to share her very hush-hush pregnancy journey, captioning it: “Throwback to a couple looks throughout the year where my best kept secret was my pregnancy.

I got away with it until month 6 going into 7 slapped . . . but baby held me down for a whiiiiile. In Frame 1, I was about 5 months and a bit in.

The peplum was a brilliant choice! I walked around DBN July without needing to suck my belly in or be conscious of it. Same thing for the SAMAs, Hosting the Red Carpet (frame 3).

Such great times! #BontleBaAfrika #MmaAfrika #MaAfrika”


We still can’t believe it, and we aren’t the only ones.

Actress Dineo Langa, who married rapper Solo earlier this year, commented, “Frame 9 was a ruse, I even asked you how you lost the weight.”

Rapper and presenter Boity Thulo also commented with, “Bruh??? How??! Freak of nature! I love you, man!!!”

Mohale Tebogo Motaung wrote, “What do you even mean!!!”

Bontle’s sister, Refilwe Modiselle, shared her own recollections of the times they couldn’t say anything: “The number of times we even kept saying ‘baby where’ as a joke because we knew but saw nothing or when we saw the dresses & knew the best kept secret, what a time!!!!!”

READ MORE: This is not a drill! Bontle Modiselle and Priddy Ugly announce pregnancy

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