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More Beautiful Pregnant Women

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

By Larry Smith

Who can stop this obsession to chronicle the Beautiful Pregnant Women in my life? Who would want to?

No one.

Last night, I ended a yoga class with a lucky break: my instructor and pal, Kari Harendorf, was just one week away from giving birth. I only had my iphone to get the photo, but the quality of the shot takes nothing away from the beauty of the image.

A few months ago, I got wonderful shots of my pal from ESPN, Nicole Blades, and a certain person I’ve know for every single day she’s been on earth: my little sister.

Scroll toward the bottom of SMITH Mag’s ongoing Beautiful Pregnant Women photo essay for these recent additions—things of beauty, all.

6 responses

  1. Q says:


  2. Help getting pregnant says:

    A pregnant women is always beautiful..She will look more charming than before..thank’s for sharing

  3. Help getting pregnant says:

    hi..i like your post. Very informative for me. I will be back for other amazing post.
    Thank you


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