The mom-to-be on Monday shared a video of herself relishing a body pillow gifted from Hampton that many expectant mothers would love to get during their pregnancy.
“Look at this! Oh my Gosh! I love it! … I use these religiously!” Williams says in the Instagram video thanking Hampton for the gift. Her U-shaped maternity pillow was decked out in blingy letters. The item, which was customized by NeciForShort, reads, “PJ’s MOM” in silver studs.
“Pj’ says thank you Marlotta @marlohampton !! We love you and yes we promise to take plenty naps on this fabulous pillow 😘 @neciforshort #Supportivefriends,” Williams captioned the video.
A similar pillow to the first-time mother’s own can be found on Amazon from Web Linens Inc.
Fans shared their excitement for Williams’ impending bundle of joy as they praised the star’s friendship with Hampton.
“Your going to be a wonderful mommy.”
“@porsha4real you deserve to be happy 😊 you will be a great mother.”
“@porsha4real that’s so sweet of her actually… you’ve both come a long way… your so real @porsha4real … just stay blessed & true…😀”
“I do love that you an @marlohampton are friends. Both of y’all are beautiful women🥰”
The countdown is on to the arrival of baby PJ, whom Williams is welcoming with her fiancé Dennis McKinley. The star on Tuesday confirmed that she was in her third trimester. As such, she will soon give birth to her first baby, a girl, in time for spring.
“Love my flowers boo #DM 🥰 #OlPregnantGal ✨3rd Trimester ✨ #PJCountDown #InRealLife,” Williams captioned a photo of her posing with a bouquet from her man.
Williams’ excitement for her new arrival is palpable of late and is especially heartwarming to fans, since she’s previously experienced the loss of a pregnancy. When she finally confirmed in September she was having a baby after months of speculation, Williams disclosed she previously had a miscarriage because of her fibroids. The growths also reportedly led her to be hospitalized in November.
“I’ve had a miscarriage before in my past, which I’ve also been open about because I suffer with fibroids and had to have a myomectomy,” she told People magazine last year. “So just the fear of, ‘Is the baby going to be okay? Will I make it full term?’ All those questions that you ask if you’ve had a miscarriage before.”