Halsey Shows Off Their Stretch Marks in New Post: ‘This Is What It Look Like’

The singer welcomed their first child on July 14.

Halsey just posted pictures of their newborn baby Ender's nursery, and it looks absolutely magical.

In a slideshow posted to Instagram August 8, Halsey gave followers a look at her baby's nursery. They share their child, whose full name is Ender Ridley Aydin, with boyfriend Alev Aydin, a screenwriter. 

The room appears to feature a rainbow-themed gallery wall, with “Ender” written in colorful cursive as the centerpiece. There are two rainbows on the wall, colorful artwork, and a poster for the Hayao Miyazaki film Ponyo. Halsey tagged their manager, a VP at Atlantic Records, and another friend in the photo, who may have contributed art or helped set up the area.

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In the next slide, the singer gave fans a look at baby Ender, face slightly obscured, in a tie-dye onesie, which matches the tie-dye shirt Aydin is seen wearing in another picture. Fans of interior design should also click through for another angle on the nursery area, which features colorful overlapping rugs, a rainbow flag stuck in a potted plant, and a stool that looks like a cartoon mushroom. So cute!

Halsey also posted a photo of their stretch marks, a beautiful reminder of the incredible changes the body goes through during pregnancy. The “Closer” singer captioned the post, “Well….this is what it look like 🧸.” 

Halsey opened up about their relationship with Aydin to Allure earlier this year. “Part of the reason it took Alev and I so long to start dating was because I liked him so much,” she said. “He was writing a movie about my life, a biopic, so we spent a lot of time together. One night we went somewhere really public together. As we were leaving, I got swallowed by a mob of paparazzi and fans and people wanting me to sign vinyls and whatever else. It was all very dramatic, like a movie scene. I looked over my shoulder and he’s being pushed away from the mob and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, I didn’t even say goodbye!’ I remember sitting in the car and being like, ‘I can never see him again. I like him too much to ruin his life and drag him into all this craziness.’ [But] he swiftly reminded me I was being super melodramatic and he was like, ‘I don’t care. It’s not that big of a deal.’”

This story originally appeared on: Glamour - Author:Condé Nast


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