Christina Storm Nel stars in new music video - just days before giving birth!


Actress and former model Christina Storm-Nel (42) and hubby Paul (45) are very close to welcoming yet another addition to their family, expecting the arrival of their baby boy next week. The glowing mom-to-be for the third time took to her Instagram account last week, to express her excitement for the little one’s arrival next week. “14 more sleeps and this will be me again!!! Happy dayz!!!” the post reads.  

14 more sleeps and this will be me again!!! Happy dayz!!!

A photo posted by Christina Storm Nel (@christinastormnel) on

The yummy mummy already has a 12-year-old daughter, Ruby from her ex, former Springbok rugby player, James Small, while Paul has a daughter, Erin (12) from a previous relationship.

Paul and Christina have a daughter, Eve (pronounced Evie) together and are adding another little Nel to the family and it’s a boy, giving Paul a break from all the ladies but also proving to be a challenge for the oestrogen heavy family.

“A boy, really? A boy? We were expecting a girl. We were so blown away when we got the news, finding out that he is a boy. But an exciting blown away. It’s completely different elements,” a beaming Christina told YOU in an interview in September.

But being pregnant hasn’t stopped her from being hard at work. She stars in ISO’s latest music video for their single, “State of Blue” where she actually plays a pregnant woman. The video shows Christina in agonising pain while in labour and giving birth to, well, what definitely doesn’t look like a baby boy.

Take a look at the video here:

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