Trending: Singer Halsey Announces Pregnancy With This Baby Bump Pic

"Surprise," wrote Halsey

Trending: Singer Halsey Announces Pregnancy With This Baby Bump Pic

Halsey shared this image. (courtesy iamhalsey)


  • "Heart so full, I love you, sweetness," commented her boyfriend Alev
  • "I love you! And I love this mini human already," replied Halsey
  • Halsey opened up about her miscarriage in an interview earlier
New Delhi:

Singer Halsey just announced her pregnancy and she did it in her own style. She posted pictures from her maternity photoshoot on Wednesday night on her Instagram profile. We got a glimpse of the Be Kind singer's baby bump in the pictures. In one of the shots, Halsey can be seen wearing a bralette and denims. The other pictures are from a shirtless photoshoot, in which she can be seen wearing denims. The singer captioned the post, "surprise." Halsey, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Alev Aydin, tagged the screenwriter and producer in her post. He commented: "Heart so full, I love you, sweetness." Halsey quickly replied to his comment: "I love you! And I love this mini human already!" Instagram's verified page too commented on her post: "Congratulations!"

See the pictures here:

The 26-year-old singer previously had a miscarriage and she also suffered from a health condition called endometriosis, for which she underwent surgery in the year 2017. The singer, who has been vocal about her reproductive health, in an interview with Rolling Stone in 2019, said that surgery proved to be a step in the right direction. "I was like, 'Wait, what did you just say? Did you just say I can have kids?' It was like the reverse of finding out you have a terminal illness. I called my mom, crying," and added that she made a "pregnancy pact" with her assistant: "Never mind. I don't need to put out a third album. I'm just going to have a baby," she told Rolling Stone.

A report by People magazine recently stated that soon-to-be parents Halsey and her boyfriend Alev Aydin got matching tattoos of the word "seeds" on their feet during their trip to Joshua Tree in June last year.