Little People's pregnant Tori Roloff admits she's 'struggling' with how she looks & is trying to 'love herself'
LITTLE People's pregnant Tori Roloff opened up about her feelings towards her changing body revealing that she's "struggling" with how she looks and is trying to "love herself."
The 30-year-old announced that she is expecting her third child with her husband Zach back in November.
Tori got vulnerable with her followers in a boomerang on her Instagram Stories showing off her baby bump.
The reality star posed in front of a mirror in her bedroom capturing her entire body while donning black leggings and a baggy gray hoodie.
She smiled for the selfie holding the camera with one hand while the other was slightly stretched out to the side to showcase her growing belly.
She reflected on her feelings in the caption writing: "Reminder: Growing a human is hard. Sometimes I struggle with how I look during pregnancy.
"This is what I'm wearing to a dinner party because I'm uncomfortable in regular clothes.
"But I'm trying hard to love myself through pregnancy because our bodies are insane. Right?"
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Just weeks prior, Tori flaunted her baby bump revealing how close she is to meeting baby number three.
The TV star shared a series of snaps on Instagram of her wearing a long black dress with short sleeves and a slit up the side while standing in a heavily wooded area.
There is light snow on the ground in the photos, which show Tori cradling her growing bump.
"…and we're half way there!" she captioned the post.
The first of two photos shows Tori looking down, making a serious face.
In the second, she smiles for the camera.
The comments were full of positive messages for Tori, Zach, and their growing family.
BABY NUMBER THREE
The couple took to the platform to share the news of their pregnancy in a sweet post of a sign that read: "Baby Roloff #3 coming spring 2022."
A following snap captured Tori and Zach, 31, posing with their two kids Jackson, four, and Lilah, two.
The final photo in the slide showed the parents smiling together as they held up a ultrasound.
Alongside the photos, Tori wrote: "We are so excited to share some exciting news with you!
"Baby Roloff will be joining us this spring and we are so grateful to God for this sweet gift!"
Zach also shared the news on his page, writing: "We got some exciting news to announce! Baby coming spring of 2022! Tori is looking as beautiful as ever!"
Back in August, Tori begged trolls to stop asking if she was pregnant following her miscarriage.
The TLC star suffered a devastating miscarriage while pregnant with her third child back in March.
The mother-of-two explained during a LPBW episode that they found out about the tragedy several weeks into the pregnancy during an ultrasound appointment.
She said at the time: "The first couple of weeks I was feeling pretty sick, but then leading up to the doctor's appointment I had been feeling better, which in hindsight, I guess, wasn't a good thing."
Zach recalled that they learned about the miscarriage while at the doctor's appointment, which started off pretty "standard."
He said the "tone of the room kind of shifted," adding: "You realize maybe something's not right here."
After the ultrasound technician left at Tori's doctor entered the room by giving her a hug, the TV star said they "just knew."
An emotional Tori said through tears: "Everyone says that it was not something that I did or something we did. It was just this baby wasn't viable for life, but it's hard to not wonder what happened on that day."
Tori said that she already feels back to "normal," which is "the hardest part."
Zach added it was "upsetting to watch Tori go through this" and he has more "empathy" for women that miscarry.
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