Married at First Sight's, Melissa Rawson has given her fans a highly anticipated pregnancy update, and the 32-year-old is absolutely glowing.
On Wednesday evening, the mum-to-be, who is expecting twin baby boys with fiancé Bryce Ruthven, shared a slew of videos to her Instagram Stories about her pregnancy journey.
Watch Melissa's pregnancy update below.
"Everyone has been asking me for a bump update. It's really big," she shared. "Anyway, I hope everyone is doing well, and everyone is keeping safe.
"And tomorrow I will be 26 weeks, it's getting exciting now, almost done with the second trimester, but I feel really good, I really can't complain, I am just getting really big," Melissa explained to fans.
The former reality television star opened up about how her body has been coping with the pregnancy, and it appears she is enjoying the process.
"It's been pretty cruisey this trimester. I have had a bit of pain in certain areas, but yeah, can't really complain," Melissa shared.
Melissa continued to share how far she has come along with baby preparations, and she revealed it has been a struggle to get motivated.
"It is a long weekend in Melbourne this weekend, so I think Bryce and I need to get stuck into organising the nursery and clearing out the spare room, so that should be good, and got to start organising everything because I have literally gotten nothing organised."
Other mums-to-be will find Melissa's honest admission about not knowing what to buy for her babies relatable.
"I'm just a procrastinator. I want to buy a whole lot of bodysuits and things but then, you know, do you buy them in all sizes? The five zeros or the four zeros? I don't know," she said. "I am still learning everything, and it's a bit overwhelming, but I will get there."
MAFS fans went into a frenzy when Melissa and Bryce announced that they were engaged and pregnant to New Idea in July.
The couple gushed about their new journey together, and Melissa told the publication she burst into tears when the nurse revealed she is having twins.
"Bryce had to wait elsewhere due to COVID, so I was alone during the first ultrasound, and she just came straight out with it – no warning," Mel recalled. "I couldn't stop crying. It was very emotional. I think I said 'holy s--t' seven times."