If you’ve passed by the newsstands recently, you might have already seen actress Nia Long’s pregnant and nearly nude bod on the cover of Ebony’s November issue. With an up-do and natural makeup, the focus is on her glowing skin and baby bump. She may be the only nude mother-to-be on the cover of November issues (Harper’s Bazaar missed their opportunity with Beyonce), but she’s certainly not the first to flaunt her baby bump for a magazine cover.
Check out the gallery to see other stars (including Britney Spears, Claudia Schiffer and, of course, Demi Moore) who have bared (nearly) all, but we’re warning you now – these .
Actress Nia Long looks absolutely stunning as she bares her pregnant belly for all to see on the November cover of Ebony magazine. The 41-year Love Jones actress is expecting her second child and first with partner Ime Udoka. Ime who previously played for the San Antonio Spurs is reportedly playing with the Nigerian national basketball team – which works out great given the current lock out.
According to Ebony magazine, Nia Long gives an inside look into her pregnancy diary, the shocking news that made her knees buckle, and how she and her partner, Ime Udoka, are handling the changes and bracing for a new chapter in life.In the issue, Nia Long talks about her surprising pregnancy.
Here’s a small snippet from the issue:”Society tells us ‘Get married before 30…’ I think if we just take our time as women, and do what comes natural to us and for us, we would make fewer mistakes.”
Nia completed two covers for the November issue – which one do you prefer
42 year old Nia Long shows the beauty of her pregnant belly on the cover of Ebony Magazine’s November Issue. Inside, she gives Ebony Magazine a peek into her pregnancy diary as well as how she and her partner, Ime Udoka, are bracing for the new chapter in their lives. She also discusses details of the news that made her knees buckle as well as the pregnancy that wasn’t suppose to happen:
The medical profession tries to tell every woman, ‘Have your babies before 40…’ Society tells us ‘Get married before 30…’ I think if we just take our time as women, and do what comes natural to us and for us, we would make fewer mistakes