Model, influencer and mama-to-be Jesinta Franklin has just unveiled her hair transformation, showing off her gorgeous new chocolate brown locks in a series of photos on Instagram.
The former Miss Universe Australia and lifelong blonde is currently expecting her first child with husband and AFL star Buddy Franklin, and clearly decided to mix things up a bit during her pregnancy.
On Tuesday night the 28-year-old took to her Instagram stories to show off her new 'do, uploading a series of selfie videos while undergoing what we can only assume was a much-needed facial and pampering session.
Jesinta is famous for her blonde locks and earlier this year unveiled a chic and modern pixie cut, after chopping off her longer hair to reveal an edgier look.
At the time, Jesinta said she loved the feeling of having shorter locks.
"It's so easy. I think I might grow it out a tiny bit, because it's very short at the moment, just for something different," she told Elle Australia.
"But, I really love it. It's just so easy—even just washing it, styling it, it reduces the amount of time it takes me to get ready when I do hair and makeup. I love it, it's very easy."
Jesinta has been super honest with her fans throughout her pregnancy journey and hasn't been afraid to share both the highs and the lows.
When Jesinta announced her pregnancy in August, she revealed the fertility struggles she'd experienced while trying to have a baby.
"The journey to get here hasn't been easy and this little life is the greatest gift and we feel truly blessed and grateful that we will have a little angel of our own," she said in a statement at the time.
"We have both dreamt of this for a long time and whilst the last 2.5 years have been physically and emotionally challenging, there's nothing we would change as it's brought us to this beautiful moment."
WATCH BELOW: Jesinta talks about husband Buddy Frankin's mental health battles. Story continues after video.
Jesinta said she chose to go public with her fertility battles because she hopes her honesty will help other women and couples experiencing similar issues feel less alone.
"Because I had struggled to fall pregnant and there had been losses along the way, as a woman who had been through that I felt like I was doing so many couples a disservice to come out and say, 'Surprise, we are pregnant,' because I know that would make me feel even worse about our pregnancy journey," Jesinta told the Herald Sun, hinting at several miscarriages.
"I wanted other women to find comfort in the fact that this was not a surprise. It really was an effort and took us a long time."