The latest fashion month was a success for Gigi Hadid as have been her past fashion events, but fans were quick to point out something unusual about her face, and some thought she had been using facial fillers.
Gigi’s face appeared fuller than usual during the latest fashion month, fueling speculation that she was injected with fillers to give the stunning appearance. However, the beautiful model recently cleared the air about her facial appearance while conversing with Erin Parsons, a makeup artist from Maybelline. The supermodel stated that she has always had plump cheeks, but they appeared fuller than usual during fashion month thanks to her pregnancy.
The mother-to-be revealed that she had her cheeks looked fuller or extra plump because she was a few months pregnant. Gigi believes that her face’s natural fullness does not warrant any fillers since she is naturally endowed.
“I think I like, have the cheeks already, so it’s like there’s not a lot to like, fill in,” Gigi pointed out.
Parsons also added to the conversation by pointing out that the pregnancy subject Gigi to some more changes and even wondered whether her cheeks or nose will appear bigger. Gigi responded by saying that it does not matter how her body will change. She plans to embrace the changes because they are a natural process.
The news of Gigi Hadid’s pregnancy came as a pleasing surprise to her fans, especially since her relationship with Zayn Malik has always been in the spotlight as envy of many. The pregnancy was also great news for the family, especially Gigi’s mom, Yolanda Hadid, who was ecstatic about becoming a grandmother.
Hadid opened up about her pregnancy for the first time in April during an interview with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. At that time, it was revealed that she was five months pregnant. This means that the baby is due in late August or September, which is just a few months away. We already know that Gigi is expecting a baby girl, and we have nothing but the best wishes for her as she embarks on the beautiful journey of motherhood.