Adorable photoshoot of lady about to become a mum goes viral

Adorable photoshoot of lady about to become a mum goes viral

- A couple have expressed readiness to become parents as they shared a maternity photoshoot

- It should be noted that the couple got married in 2015 according to the bride, @ElizabethZolaa, who documented it on Twitter

- People on the platform said their choice of clothes for the shoot is wonderful

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A lovely couple who have been married for five years announced that they will finally become a father and mother.

In making the news known, the expectant mother with the Twitter handle @ElizabethZolaa shared a pre-delivery photoshoot she had with her husband.

The photo shows the man kneeling in front of his wife's burgeoned stomach as he rests his lips lightly on it.

The lady captioned the photo:

"WE’RE GOING TO BE PARENTS."

Prayers came in for the couple in droves as many wished her a safe delivery and the unborn child good health.

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Adorable photoshoot of lady about to become a mum goes viral

The couple looked cute in their maternity shoot. Photo source: @ElizabethZolaa
Source: UGC

Below are some of the reactions from tweeps:

@mckennyspecial said:

"Congratulations! May the Lord bless your baby/babies and give you the grace to an amazing parents."

@MsSellers2U said:

"When I say let’s take maternity pics; THIS is what I mean. Beautiful."

@tijaeunique_ said:

"When the time comes I'm definitely doing a black and white maternity shoot, its so beautiful to me."

@oluwasakinfunmi said:

"Most beautiful couple picture I've seen, this year."

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian woman in the US, Folashade, had every reason to rejoice after she gave birth to twins at a time she was not expecting it at all.

On the day before she gave birth, the Nigerian had only gone to the hospital to carry out a routine check as she was 37 weeks gone.

After a doctor in the medical facility, Lightfoote, saw her condition of swollen feet and that her blood was unexpectedly higher, she had to tell her the babies would need to be delivered the following day.

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Folashade said the doctor did an amazing job at explaining in clear terms how she will be taken care of and why she had to be delivered of her babies earlier.

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