Pregnant Natasha Bedingfield Shares Sweet Video As She Feels Her Baby Kick

Natasha Bedingfield is unequivocally feeling motherhood flog in.

The British singer, 35, common an darling video on her Instagram story on Wednesday display off her unborn baby’s small kicks from inside of her womb.

“Baby moving!!!!!!” she wrote in a heading of a print of her unclothed swell while fibbing in bed. Bedingfield and her husband, businessman Matt Robinson, are awaiting their initial child together.

While her baby’s kicks were a staggering occasion, Bedingfield fast got moving, or attempted to, pity another print of herself, this time on a cot surrounded by her dual dear dogs with an Apple TV remote on a ground.

“Now for some yoga,” she wrote while wearing leggings and a black top.

The “Unwritten” singer announced on Instagram in Oct that she was expecting.

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“Matt and we are anxious to share with we all that we are bringing a new small life into a world!” Bedingfield captioned a bump-baring print with Robinson. “We can’t wait to embark on this extraordinary journey together.”

Matt Robinson and Natasha Bedingfield

The happy news comes 8 and a half years after Bedingfield and Robinson tied a knot in a rite during a Church Estates Vineyards in Malibu, California.


Before a couple’s initial matrimony anniversary, Bedingfield joked to PEOPLE that “the best thing about being a married woman is sleeping exposed everyday.”

She also common how sum of how she and her father kept their matrimony exciting.

“He keeps a intrigue alive!” she shared during a time. “It’s a man’s pursuit to keep a intrigue alive, and he really keeps it hot. we never have to worry about that with him.”

Bedingfield rose to celebrity in 2005 following a recover of her debut album Unwrittenthe LP’s pretension lane and singular “These Words” became Top 40 hits, as did 2008 follow-ups “Pocketful of Sunshine” and “Love Like This.”