Pregnant Heidi Montag has shared super cute snaps of growing baby bump as she celebrates being six-months-pregnant
Heidi Montag recently celebrated being six-month-pregnant.
Her much wished-for pregnancy has been meticulously documented on her Instagram profile, as she updated her fans at the five-month mark too.
But her newest pics show that her belly is growing at a pretty fast pace, as her expected due date is 19 October when she will give birth to her and husband Spencer Pratt's first baby - a boy.
Heidi and her mum share a sweet moment (Credit: Instagram/ Heidi Pratt)
The photos are tagged on her page as being taken at Crested Butte - Paradise in the Mountains, in Colorado.
She captioned the photo with her husband: "So happy to be home! #6monthspregnant" and the other with her mum: "On top of the world with my mama!"
In both snaps, she is seen lovingly cradling her bump - it seems as though Heidi was BORN to be a mother.
Spencer and Heidi protectively hold her bump (Credit: Instagram/ Heidi Pratt)
Her other half, on the other hand, hasn't posted about his wife's pregnancy since sharing the Us Weekly cover that they both appeared on in April.
However, he did recently share some updates on his Instagram story when he could be seen mocking his wife as she tried to put a seat belt over her bump.
He also shared intimate moments of the couple seeing their baby for at their second scan.
Heidi has been keeping her fans updated on her pregnancy (Credit: Instagram/ Heidi Pratt)
But Spencer apparently doesn't have a very strong stomach, and told askmen.com that he fainted TWICE at the couple's first scan.
He said: "Definitely when you go to the ultrasound appointment, don't be standing.
"I recommend sitting or lying down because there's a good chance you will faint. I've fainted twice now. So yeah, I would say don't think you're just going to be standing looking at the image like you're just watching Netflix.
"Heidi is even a little nervous about me being in there after me fainting a couple of times, but if anything I'll probably be sitting in a wheelchair."