Tori Roloff shows off baby bump in new photo: 'Grow baby grow!'

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Tori Roloff poses in a black and white photograph showcasing her growing baby bump.
Tori Roloff is giving fans an update on her pregnancy with a sultry black and white photo. (Photo via Instagram/toriroloff)

Tori Roloff is giving fans an update on her pregnancy.

The 30-year-old took to Instagram on Friday to share a black and white photo of herself cradling her baby bump. Alongside the photo, she shared a message updating her more than 1.5 million followers on her third pregnancy with husband Zach Roloff.

"Grow baby grow!" she captioned the post. "Focusing my thoughts on how BA [bad ass] this body is to be able to grow a baby instead of the extra love (as Zach puts it) that’s popped up everywhere. I just love this babe so much already."

"Ps. Does anyone know how hard it is to shoot with a self-timer?!" she added.

Roloff's post was quickly met with excitement and praise from fans.

"You are stunning," one person wrote. "Thank you for sharing your story. It’s brought so much hope to all of us mamas who have gone through a similar story. Praying for a continued healthy pregnancy!"

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"So beautiful! Can't wait for you guys to welcome your newest addition. Thank you for keeping us updated on your pregnancy! So excited for you," another commented.

"Love this. Wishing you a safe pregnancy."

"You're glowing!" someone else replied.

In December, the "Little People Big World" star opened up about her miscarriage fears.

"I feel like miscarriage truly steals your joy. This pregnancy, it’s been so difficult to get excited," she penned via Instagram.

"However, we have seen baby multiple times and we’ve heard his/her heartbeat a ton. And it’s strong. I’m at the point that my husband makes fun of me for going to all the appointments because my OB teased that by the third most women skip out on them."

She explained that feeling the baby kick more frequently has helped put her mind at ease.

"I’m starting to feel the baby move pretty consistently and that has really helped me relax and enjoy these moments with our sweet babe!" she added.

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