Ashley Graham is glowing and giving us all baby fever with some stunning new Instagram photos she revealed on Sunday.

The thirty-three-year-old model flashed a smile while looking off to the gorgeous waterfront and showing off her bare stomach. The caption was an amusing reference to an early 2000s R&B hit: "Alexa, play 'bump bump bump' by b2k"

Graham only announced her second pregnancy last month. In a touching Instagram post, she was pictured holding her growing baby bump while posing in a beautiful green landscape. The statement expressed how excited she was for the arrival of her coming child: "The past year has been full of tiny surprises, big griefs, familiar beginnings, and new stories. i'm just beginning to process and celebrate what this next chapter means for us."

Graham currently shares a son with her longtime husband, John Ervin. The couple initially met in 2009, moving quickly and tying the knot the following year. After 10 years of marriage, she announced on an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show that she was pregnant. In January of last year, she gave birth to her son, Isaac Menelik Giovanni.

In an interview with Glamor, Graham opened up about her status as a parent, noting that her entire worldview was adjusted following the birth of her son, Isaac: "When you become a mother, everything changes for you and you think differently about the future for your child," she noted.

Following her recent heartwarming announcement, Ashley also posted a gorgeous photo of herself to Instagram on July 25, with the caption, "earth mother vibes." In the photo snapped by her other half, Graham posed while standing in the tall leaves within a grassy field.

Graham is one of the most recognized and celebrated plus-sized models in the industry. In 2016, she became the first plus-size model to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

The Sun reported the size-proud star has never been afraid of her figure saying: "Sixty-seven percent of the women in America wear a size fourteen or larger, sixty-seven percent.

"Maybe you could ignore those consumers before, but now, thanks to social media, they're making their voices heard.

"Women are demanding that brands give them what they want. And what they want is to be visible."