Actress Amy Jackson had outshined everyone with her pregnancy pictures and motivating messages. The actress has been sharing motivating and fitness related posts talking about her pregnancy and flaunting her baby bump with grace. Amy Jackson who is soon due for her delivery has taken to her social media to share a video from her gender reveal party. In the west, a gender reveal party is a huge deal and in a mysterious and fun way, the gender of the baby is revealed to the would-be parents and their family.
Amy Jackson has recently shared a cute lazy picture flaunting her bump as she entered the 35th week of her pregnancy. Now, a few days later, Amy just posted a video from the party where it was revealed that she will be having a boy. The actress had a grand celebration of a gender reveal party today and shared a video on her Twitter. In the video, Amy is spotted in a blue bodycon dress while she shouts, “Its a Boy.” Well, the actress’ gender reveal party has put it out straight that the couple will be welcoming a handsome prince soon. The crowd at the party looked happy and cheered on as the actress revealed the gender of the baby.
We’re having a........ ✨💙🧚🏼♂️ pic.twitter.com/DGSqvYKYZr— Amy Jackson (@iamAmyJackson) August 26, 2019
Amy Jackson was last seen in the Tamil movie 2.0 alongside Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar. Amy got engaged to her beau George Panayiotou, son of British businessman Andreas Panayiotou on May 6, 2019. The couple held a grand engagement ceremony at their London house wherein they exchanged rings in front of their family and friends following Greek traditions.
Amy was recently snapped having an awesome time splish-splashing with beau George and their pool-pictures totally raise the mercury levels. The couple will be tieing a knot in 2020 reportedly in Italy following Greek traditions.
Image source: Instagram/ @charmingamyjackson, @iamamyjackson
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