Baby bumps can be all shapes and sizes, but one mum who took to TikTok to show off her baby bump has been met with accusations that she's 'faking it'.
TikToker Kenzie (@kenzieakiko) shared a video of her baby bump just days before she gave birth, explaining: "Wish me luck baby is coming this week."
You can watch the clip below:
In the clip, Kenzie explained she was feeling nervous due to the size of the baby. “POV: You realise you are having a baby the size of a small watermelon in a couple days and know your whohaa is definitely not that big," she wrote.
But while many followers were quick to support Kenzie, reassuring her and offering support, others were not so encouraging, even suggesting the bump was fake.
One person wrote: "That is not real."
Others were more supportive however, with another adding: "You are glowing mama."
While a second said: "My goodness gracious mama!!! You must be getting excited to meet the little one."
And a third added: "Wow mama u look amazing."
Kenzie later posted some follow-up videos, explaining she had given birth to her beautiful baby girl.
"My 9lb bundle of perfection," she wrote, adding: "Seriously have never been more proud of this body."
The new mum also shared how her bump looked one day postpartum, explaining: "Growing up I never saw what postpartum bellies look like so trying to document this process so more girls know you don't 'bounce back'."
And followers were quick to praise Kenzie, with one writing: "Thank you for sharing what you look like after birth! So many people just don’t know this is what people look like most of the time."
In other pregnancy news, earlier this year we told you about the mum whose baby bump 'dropped' on camera during a gym session.
TikTok creator and expecting mother Jaime (@weirdjaime) had been filming herself doing a kettlebell workout while 38 weeks pregnant when her baby belly 'dropped', stopping her in her tracks.
After clearly seeing Jaime's baby belly 'drop' mid-workout, the people of TikTok took to the comments section to discuss the phenomenon.
"I mean that’s one way to induce labour!" joked one follower.
"Lol baby is like that’s it i have had enough!" commented a second.
"He’s like mom chill I’m trying to nap in here," another amused viewer added.
Many TikTokers were amazed that they could see Jaime's baby bump drop so clearly on camera. You can watch the video here.