Expectant Moms of Twins Jamie Pressly and Hillary Scott Celebrate #BumpDay — See Others Embracing Pregnancy!

Celebrity relatives and moms-to-be are celebrating #BumpDay!

Expectant moms Jaime Pressly and Hillary Scott, both who are expecting twins, embraced their baby bumps on amicable media Wednesday.

“830 women a day die worldwide from preventable issues during pregnancy,” Pressly, who is pregnant with twin boys, captioned a black-and-white portrait of herself cradling her bump.

“In respect of #bumpday, here’s my bump. Encouraging all a trusting mamas out there to take caring of we and your baby(ies)!” a Lady Antebellum rope member, 31, said, along with a profile shot of her flourishing bump.

And other stars, from song to movies, also noted #BumpDay with photos of their own, including Amanda Seyfried, Heidi Klum and Molly Sims.

Happy #bumpday! Flashback to my 27 week bump. “It’s tough to trust and it’s heartbreaking: Every singular day around a world, 830 women die from pregnancy, birth or associated complications. Every mom deserves a safe, healthy pregnancy, and each baby deserves a satisfactory shot during life. By donating to a What to Expect Healthy Birth Project of a International Medical Corps this #BumpDay, we can assistance make that happen.”

A post common by Amanda Seyfried (@mingey) on Sep 13, 2017 during 8:53am PDT

The idea of finale preventable child and maternal deaths is within reach. Here’s me and my Marley strike to celebrate!#bumpday @internationalmedicalcorps #raiseawareness

A post common by Sienna Miller (@siennathing) on Sep 13, 2017 during 8:35am PDT

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#BumpDay is a jubilee of bumps around a world, started by Heidi Murkoff, owner and author of What To Expect, in partnership with a International Medical Corps. It aims to lift recognition and supports so that mothers can accept a simple caring and support they need to safeguard a healthy pregnancy, protected delivery, and a healthy baby they design and deserve.

The U.S. has a top rate of maternal deaths in a grown world–almost 3 times a rate of a subsequent top country.