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The Young Mummy has a fashion PSA for all pregnant women.

We’ve been avidly following every step of Sophie Cachia’s, AKA The Young Mummy’s, pregnancy for 26 glorious weeks now.

We laughed when she described feeling intensely opposed to sex for a while there. We could relate when she shared that laughing is starting to result in “wee dribbles”.

Now, we’re listening intently as she shares a fashion Public Service Announcement for all women who are expecting.

Stop, take a deep breath and soak in the joy that is Sophie’s maternity jumpsuit:

I’ve had a heap of ‘I wish I could wear a jumpsuit, it would look horrible on me!’ ⚠️GIRLFRIENDS listen up. I NEVER wear jumpsuits even in my non-pregnant days. I did once and hated every photo. I have a big bum & boobs so they’re just not flattering. But twice now I’ve worn this my husband has text me the exact words ‘you look so hot today!!!’ – and I totez agree! Somehow amongst my 26-week bump and excess baggage, this is so flattering and I feel FABULOUUUUUSSSSS. It’s making my own all my lumps & bumps and I’m LOVING IT. Who would have ever thought the words maternity jumpsuit & sexy would sit in the same sentence? Now excuse me whilst I attempt to deflate my very enlarged head…. @baethelabel ❤️????????

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Before you exclaim that a jumpsuit is out of bounds normally, let alone when you’re up the duff, the mother-of-one (with one on the way) would like to explain herself.

“I NEVER wear jumpsuits even in my non-pregnant days. I did once and hated every photo. I have a big bum and boobs so they’re just not flattering,” she wrote.

“But twice now I’ve worn this my husband has text me the exact words ‘you look so hot today!!!’ – and I totez agree! Somehow amongst my 26-week bump and excess baggage, this is so flattering and I feel FABULOUUUUUSSSSS.”

GRAND FINAL COMEDY DEBATE! @baethelabel maternity jumpsuit ????

A photo posted by SOPHIE CACHIA (@theyoungmummy) on

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She looks bloody fabulous too, don’t you think? The jumpsuit in question will set you back $149 and it’s by Bae The Label, an Australian maternity brand that somehow walks that line between practical and chic effortlessly..

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Image: Bae The Label.

"Who would have ever thought the words maternity jumpsuit and sexy would sit in the same sentence?" The blogger wrote.

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