Amala Paul walks ramp with baby bump at Lulu fashion event, says it's unbelievable

Amala Paul says she is going through some of the most beautiful stages in a woman’s life. Photo: Instagram/jofin_george_photography__

Actor Amala Paul is getting ready to welcome her first child with her husband Jagad and from the pictures and videos she posts on her social media page, it is quite evident that the actor has been enjoying her pregnancy. Now, just a few days away from welcoming her baby, Amala has walked the ramp of fashion event.

She was the showstopper at the Kinder ‘Tharattazhaku’ fashion show that was conducted for pregnant women in Kochi. The actor walked the ramp in a beautiful white cut-out gown with a deep V neck. She kept her makeup and accessories minimal.

“I am really happy; this is my ninth month. It feels great walking the ramp with other women who are also going to become mothers. These moments are truly unbelievable! I am going through some of the most beautiful stages in a woman’s life. Only a pregnant woman can understand another woman who is with a child. This must be the first ramp walking experience for many. To get such an opportunity when you are pregnant is a wonderful experience.

“A child or the process of childbirth should be a splendid addition to our lives and not a hurdle. This is the beginning of the next generation and we must love and inspire ourselves for that,” said Amala.

Around 105 pregnant women took part in the fashion show. Interestingly, this event grabbed the record of the World Record Union for having the most number of pregnant ramp walkers. Anila, a native of Panavalli in Cherthala bagged the first position in the fashion show. 

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