Emily Ratajkowski organized a photo shoot for Halloween just like Demi Moore!
The 29-year-old pregnant actress shared a festive look on her Saturday Instagram Stories, revealing that she was inspired by Demi Moore's 1991 pregnancy photo shoot for Vanity Fair.
In a silky white shirt, black bra and color-matched underwear, Ratajkowski highlighted her pregnancy and posed for the camera in a chic pixie wig. Demi's body, her signature read in red letters.
Demi Moore, 57, is known to appear nude and pregnant with her second child, daughter Scout LaRue, on the cover of Vanity Fair, photographed by Annie Leibovitz.
Ratajkowski's Halloween ensemble arrived five days after she announced to Vogue that she and Sebastian Bier-McClard were expecting their first child.
In an essay for publication, the model detailed why she does not want to reveal the gender of her child and not assign gender to him after birth. “When my husband and I tell our friends that I am pregnant, their first question after that is:“Congratulations! Do you already know the gender of your child, who do you want? " To which my husband and I reply that we will not recognize the gender and will not impose gender stereotypes on him until our child turns 18 and he does not determine for himself what gender he belongs to, which he will let us know about then " - she began her essay.
“Everyone laughs at this. However, there is truth in our position that hints at personality possibilities that are much more complex than what genitals our child could have: the most important truth is that we ultimately have no idea who - and not what - is growing in me in my stomach,”wrote Ratajkowski. “Who will this man be? What kind of person are we going to be parents to? How will this child change our life and who we are? It is an amazing and terrifying concept that makes us helpless and powerless."
The mom-to-be also explained her feelings about her son or daughter, and said that she “doesn't necessarily blame anyone for these generalizations” about gender, since “most of our life experiences are gender-based, and it would be dishonest to try to deny reality. many of them."