Ashley Tisdale's baby girl is nearly here!
The Masked Dancer panelist, 35, shared a maternity photo on Instagram Friday showing off her bare baby bump as she prepares for the arrival of her first child, a daughter, with husband Christopher French.
In the mirror selfie, Tisdale stands in sweatpants and a sports bra while documenting her pregnancy figure. For the caption, she directs followers to her Frenshe website, where her doula Lori Bregman shares how to "have an empowering birth experience in the hospital."
In the comment section, Ashlee Simpson Ross writes, "Looking so cute," as makeup artist Jenna Kristina says, "Wowwww look at that belly." Tisdale replies, "belly button still hasn't come out lol."
Tisdale recently opened up to PEOPLE about her pregnancy journey, including her excitement about learning in October that her first child will be a girl. "I was obviously excited because I definitely wanted a girl, for sure," she said. "But I am also someone who goes with the flow on a lot of stuff. I try to not have expectations in moments like that and just allow what is meant to be. I was very excited."
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Health and wellness is a priority for Tisdale, and when she became a mom-to-be, she said she didn't switch up much about her routine, except perhaps focusing even more on what her body was telling her.
"I haven't changed anything crazy," said Tisdale. "I would say that I try to be eating the healthiest when I can, but there's gonna be moments where I obviously crave stuff that's not always the healthiest meal, but I'm allowing myself to be okay."
"I let my body speak to what I need. I feel like if I'm craving something, there's a reason," she added. "… I am in tune with my body. I try to keep up with my workouts because that's so helpful, and just try to be well-rounded."
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