AMANDA Byram has revealed how she hides her baby bump from her fans on social media using strategic camera angles.
Former DWTS Server welcome a baby boy, Phoenix, with chubby Julian Okines back in November at age 48.
Today Amanda shared photos she used to cover up her bump and others from different angles to show it off.
The fist was taken at the beach and her back was to the camera but a photo taken the same day shows her growing bump as she faces the camera.
In the second set of photos, Amanda is wearing a beautiful loose gown to cover her bump until she hugs it around her stomach.
Amanda is then smiling in a Playboy jumpsuit she deftly cut from just below her shoulder while the next photo shows her bump.
Another beach photo shows Amanda wearing a swimsuit, but she cleverly placed an oar in front of her to keep the pregnancy safe.
In other photos, the presenter is wearing loose clothing, which mostly covers the baby’s bump.
He captioned the series of snapshots: “Cameras never lie…or does it?!
“Keeping a tidy pregnancy and staying socially active isn’t always easy!
“But thanks to my smart husband @julianokines and his camera angle, we were able to keep our pregnancy journey a secret – plus we had fun aligning the camera to cover it up. go my bump, all the photos on the left I posted on Instagram during pregnancy!
“Some might say” why post?! “Well, I tried that and then got loads of messages checking if I was ok!
“I suppose it’s a reminder that Instagram photos don’t always tell the whole story, so it’s best to capture it all with a pinch of salt.”
Fans and friends flocked to her comments section as they fell in love with the secret.
One person wrote: “This is amazing!!! And you look amazing. So much love for all 3 of you”.
Maia Dunphy added: “Love this one.”
Another said: “You die as soon as you keep it to yourself and enjoy it. Nice pictures. Congratulations.”
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