Lisa Haydon, who in August announced her second pregnancy with husband Dino Lalvani in an adorable picture, took to her Instagram handle to share a stunning picture flaunting her baby bump. Thanking her sister Julia Haydon, Lisa looked stunning in a black bikini paired with a white shirt. The couple is seen engrossed in a coversation. Commenting on the same, Shibani Dandekar dropped a comment saying: "most beautiful girl in the world." Meanwhile, Netizens couldn't stop being in awe of her and said that the couple looked lovely.
In September, Lisa on her social media handle posted a good-bye post for surfing. The actress who is now in her second trimester said that she will take up surfing post delivery next year. She wrote: "Baby waves with my baby bump. I was gonna post this as my 'coming out' pic. But I thought the joy of another addition to our family belonged to all three of us so that's what was posted instead. Here is a throwback to being #16weeks pregnant with #2. I wrote this a few weeks ago in answer to lots of questions about exercise when pregnant and nausea... Since writing this post I haven't done any exercise or even gone for a walk. Lots have been eaten though and our baby is so far so good and that's all that matters."
"This first trimester was rough. Nothing like my first pregnancy... Surfing was something I had been doing from before and was disappointed at the thought of having to stop. I checked with my doctor who surprisingly approved and said one should carry on as usual. Of course, with precautions. I tried doing other forms of exercises but all other exercises would make me feel worse - this was practically my only release (and sucking on a lemon) to feel better from the intense nausea and also get an adrenaline kick- I mean, it's a high," she wrote on her post.
In the same post, Lisa shared some tips for her fellow surfers and wrote: "After doing loads of googling on the subject, I found multiple articles on surfing when pregnant and was relieved to know I'm not the only one. Positive, I haven't got many, if any, pregnant surfers following me but if I do, here's what I learned and followed: 1) Surf on a foam board (unless modelling for first baby photo. Then pose with hard board, 2) Try and paddle on your knees ... I actually felt nothing when paddling on my stomach, so I did, 3) Don't go out in crazy surf, 4) Listen to your body and to your doctor."
She concluded by saying: "Another high. Week 16 was my cutoff to stop and so, until next year baby waves."
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