Model Ashley Graham reveals baby's gender, due date on Ellen DeGeneres show as she flaunts bump in low-cut gown

The 32-year-old mom-to-be revealed that she and husband Justin Ervin 'have sex all the time'.


                            Model Ashley Graham reveals baby's gender, due date on Ellen DeGeneres show as she flaunts bump in low-cut gown

Model Ashley Graham is currently expecting her first child with her husband, Justin Ervin, whom she has been married to for nine years. 

While appearing on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the 32-year-old mother-to-be revealed the gender of her first baby. The Vogue model shared that she and Ervin are expecting a baby boy together and that the baby is due in January. Graham who is very pregnant had flown to LA to be on DeGeneres' show and said this would be her last trip before having the baby. 

Ashley Graham revealed that she is expecting a baby boy (Getty Images)

When asked whether she and Ervin were having a boy or a girl, Graham sort of spit out that she was having a boy. She shared, "I am going to be a mommy to a boy". "I am feeling good, you know there is no more time for naps so I have been working out between everything," she shared.

She then went on to say how exhausted she was and how she wanted to nap that day but could not as she had to go on air with Ellen. Graham also added that she had a 'pregnancy brain'. 

The model was recently seen at the CFDA Awards. She was seen cradling her baby bump as she posed for pictures on the red carpet. Earlier this year, Graham had got candid and shared with Ellen that she and her husband keep the spark alive in their relationship. She revealed, "Have sex all the time. Even if you don't feel like it, just have sex. We get snippy, and then if we are having sex, we're all over each other. For us it's like, 'Oh, let's have sex.' And then we're just right back in a great mood". 

Graham also shared how she had met her husband while volunteering at a church event in New York City. She shared, "One Sunday my volunteer position was to stand in the elevator welcoming people, passing out candy and pushing the button to the eighth floor,' she explained about meeting her now-husband. 'When two tall men walked in, I didn't bat an eye. One nudged the other and said, 'If you don't talk to her, I will.' His friend left the elevator, but he stayed on".

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