Her belly button, on the other hand, is a growing concern, the first-time mom-to-be, 31, says.
“Everyone’s belly button is different. Some women’s belly buttons pop and some women’s [don’t],” she tells Bethenny Frankel on Friday’s episode of Bethenny, referring to the tendency of belly buttons to push outward during the second or third trimester of a pregnancy.
“I thought, ‘Oh, I wouldn’t mind if it popped because then it would be like the turkey’s done, right?’ And it’s cute,” she continues. “But my stylist was like, ‘You don’t want that to pop. That’s like having a third nipple.’ ”
“Every time I sneeze, I hold my belly button in,” she says. “For some reason, I think I’m going to sneeze it out.”
Jokes aside, the Wipeout host, who’s having a boy, says she can’t complain about her bump.
“I love everything about being pregnant,” she adds. “It’s empowering as a woman to be able to go through this process and create a human being.”