Jessie James Decker is pregnant with her fourth child with husband Eric Decker.
And on Monday the singing sensation showed off her baby bump while in a black bikini at the beach in a new Instagram post.
The 35-year-old singer captioned the snap, ‘I can’t wait to meet this sweet baby.’
There was also a photo of her in bed with her pajama top open showing her bump and there was an image of her mini-me daughter.
Decker announced her pregnancy in late August on social media.
She already has three children with husband of 10 years Eric Decker, 36. They share Vivianne, nine, Eric Jr, seven, and Forrest, five.
Bumpy beach day: Jessie James Decker is pregnant with her fourth child with husband Eric Decker. And on Monday the singing sensation showed off her baby bump while in a black bikini at the beach in a new Instagram post. The 35-year-old singer captioned the snap, ‘I can’t wait to meet this sweet baby’
Oh mama: She already has three children with husband of 10 years Eric Decker, 36. They share Vivianne, nine, Eric Jr, seven, and Forrest, five
The Kittenish designer was seen walking onto a hotel balcony with a cup of coffee in her hand when she shared she was with child.
She had on a bra top and tiny boy shorts that revealed her pregnant belly as Mariah Carey‘s song Always Be My Baby played.
All she wrote in her caption was ‘Good morning’ as she added a sun emoji.
Her fans went wild as they congratulated her as one follower said she too would be pregnant again if she had a husband as hot as Eric.
This will be a fourth child for the couple who wed in 2013.
In late July the star told UsWeekly she was open to a fourth child.
‘Three is such a good number, but anything is possible. Every month I take a deep breath because I have no idea,’ she shared.
And in the fall of 2022 she told People, ‘Honestly, we’re not trying to have a kid —we’re also not, not trying to have one.’
Added Jessie: ‘We’re not planning on it, so we’re just letting lives happen. And if it happens, it’s a blessing. If it doesn’t, it wasn’t meant to be, but we’re not doing anything to not make it happen.’
And her husband has also said in the past that he refuses to get a vasectomy.
With child: Decker shared the happy news in late August with a new video
She also spoke with the outlet about her figure. ‘I was used to seeing this tiny, fit thing, and my body changed so much,’ the beauty shared.
‘My boobs were down to my belly. I wanted women to know it’s OK. You just grew a baby, and it’s OK if it’s not melting off.’
And she has talked about why she revealed her 2021 breast augmentation. ‘I wanted to be real about it.
‘My breasts didn’t look the way they did before I had kids. It made me feel good and confident and sexy,’ she added.
Jessie is also big on self-care. ‘Go to the gym, take long walks and bubble baths,’ she advised.
‘I pour a glass of wine and get in for 45 minutes with candles and listen to music and relax. I need that time for myself to decompress. Every mom needs that.’
The pinup has been slammed in the past for how she raised her little ones.
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There were haters who said her girls should not wear bikinis and other trolls shamed her for breast-feeding while holding a glass of wine.
‘There was definitely a time when it used to get to me,’ Decker said.
And it hurt. ‘It hurts your feelings when people are unkind, but as I’m getting older, I don’t have time to focus on negativity anymore,’ said Decker.
‘I have three children to love and look after. We’re all just trying to do our best,’ she added.
‘We should be supporting one another.’
Still, Jessie is sensitive like everyone else.
‘I’m a tender-hearted person. I’m a human being — no matter who you are, it’s going to hurt when people are unkind.
‘But 1698074563, it’s like I don’t have time to think about it. I just don’t care. It takes away from the beauty and the joy of life. I got beautiful babies to look after, and that’s where my energy goes.’
She also talked her busy household.
‘[Last] week, I booked my music video shoot when the kids were at camp and Vivianne had a long gymnastics practice. That way, they didn’t have to be away from me that much. And I have a rule: I don’t do work after I pick up the kids from school. It also takes a lot of help.
‘My husband has been retired from football, and he’s been helping so I can live out my dreams,’ she added.
And her mom steps in too.
‘My mom is really helpful, and my sister lives up the street. There are times when I’m like, ‘Hey, can you pick up Forrest?’ and I do the same for her kids.
Oh mama: In late July the star told UsWeekly she was open to a fourth child. ‘Three is such a good number, but anything is possible. Every month I take a deep breath because I have no idea,’ she shared
‘We put on talent shows in the basement — each kid does a song and dance.
‘We sit together every night for dinner because that’s important to me, and we say our prayers.
And she makes the kids feel important.
‘One-on-one time is extremely important. It goes by so fast.
‘I feel like I just had Vivianne yesterday! So you’ve got to have those memories, even when I’m tucking them in.
‘I go in one by one, and I lay in their bed with them for 15 or 20 minutes, and I just talk to them about their day. I rub their backs and I sing to them. Having that individual time is special.’
And she takes them into the kitchen.
Beauty in blue: Decker is seen on October 10 in New York City
‘Forrest and I love making chocolate chip cookies. He knows all the ingredients to get out of the pantry. Vivi is my little helper. If I have to run to Target, she’s my right-hand woman.
‘And I love going to Eric’s games. At [a recent] basketball game, the kids told me I’m too loud!
And she remarked on if she will do another reality TV show.
‘I don’t think so. I’ve gotten more protective with my kids. People are able to keep up with us on my Instagram.
‘I’m almost certain Eric will follow in his dad’s sports footsteps. And Vivianne, I think the girl is going to the Olympics. Forrest loves performing and singing. I want them to live their dreams and shine and do what makes them happy.’