Bikini-clad Lisa Haydon and her baby bump make this magazine cover look gorgeous -- See Photos

Lisa Haydon has posed for the magazine which talks about- loving your body, free spirits, fitness after forty and more, Check out pictures here

Soon to be a mumma, model-turned-actor Lisa Haydon posed for the cover of a magazine. This is a special cover for Lisa as she is posing in a bikini and flaunting her baby bump. Donning a chevron print bikini, Lisa is posing sideways and her baby bump is the highlight of the shoot.

She has posed for the magazine which talks about- loving your body, free spirits, fitness after forty and more. Lisa is also carrying kimono and wearing a gold bracelet with a long necklace, while her hair in sleek back wet-hair look is looking just right. Her bold smokey eyes and nude lips are completing her look.

She is totally slaying the look on the cover. Check this out:

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Also, this is not the first time when she has come out of the closet to show her baby bump. She tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend Dino Lalvani in a private affair last year in October and early in January she announced her pregnancy. The actress took to her Instagram account and wrote, “Humble beginnings.”

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Dino is the son of Pakistan-born British entrepreneur Gullu Lalvani. Lisa was last seen in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. 

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