Gigi Hadid does not like to share pregnancy on social media

Gigi Hadid did not want to "share" her pregnancy on social media.

The 25-year-old model decided to keep her pregnancy away from sites like Instagram and Twitter because she thinks it's best to share it with her family and friends, and she also thinks a lot is happening in the world - such as the COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement - to address this.

Speaking on Instagram Live, he said, "I think a lot of people are confused as to why I didn't share much, but I'm pregnant by infection. My pregnancy is not the most important thing in the world. It's one reason I really think it's not something to share with my family and friends.

"Many people lost their lives because of the coronavirus at the beginning of the blockade and it's still going on. And then we apparently went into the replay of the Black Lives Matter movement, and I thought social media was an existence we should have. Get used to it."

Meanwhile, Gigi - who is expecting a baby with her boyfriend Jayan Malik - confirmed her pregnancy in April, when "family sources" first broke the news.

At the time she said: "Obviously, we wanted to be able to declare this according to our own terms, but we are very excited and happy and grateful for everyone's wishes and support. Especially at this point, it's started to have a good silver lining. Living together and really experiencing day by day. "

Yolanda - The mother of Bella and Anwar Hadid, too, has expressed her desire to become a grandmother for the first time.

Speaking a few days before Gigi could confirm her pregnancy, Yolanda said: "Even though our little secrets were leaked to the press, we are still shocked." Of course, we are very excited. I am excited to be an Omaha in September, especially when I recently lost my mother. But it is the beauty of life, a soul leaving us and new life comes. We are so blessed. "

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