Netizens spotted an apparent baby bump in pictures of Priyanka Chopra from the event. The news became very viral and was the talk to the town before Madhu Chopra, Priyanka Chopra’s mom denied the rumours.

Priyanka Chopra pregnancy rumours: How to hide your baby bump to avoid pregnancy rumours

Priyanka Chopra pregnancy rumours: How to hide your baby bump to avoid pregnancy rumours  |  Photo Credit: AFP

New Delhi: Priyanka Chopra, the Bollywood and now Hollywood star attended a Michael Kors event in New York recently. While the actress looked gorgeous in a checkered, ruffle skirt and a blazer by the designer, the internet seemed to have spotted something more important.

Netizens spotted an apparent baby bump in pictures of Priyanka Chopra from the event. The news became very viral and was the talk to the town before Madhu Chopra, Priyanka Chopra’s mom denied the rumours. Madhu Chopra deemed the news as rumours and told a news channel that Priyanka was tired and the ‘baby bump’ was just bad angle. Here is how you can make sure you do not give birth to pregnancy rumours by the way you look.

Manage bloating

Bloating can be caused due to various reasons – bad digestion, menstrual cramps, etc. A bloated stomach can make you look pregnant and like you have a baby bump. Eat light, drink lots of water and exercise regularly to avoid bloating.

Dress right

Sometimes, a few fashion mistakes can also cause people to believe you are pregnant. An oversize shirt or dress can give the illusion of a baby bump. Make sure you dress right if you want to avoid those rumours!

The right angles

Make sure you do not slouch or bend while getting clicked. Otherwise, you may also fall prey to rumours as Priyanka Chopra did. Posing right, and making sure you are clicked from the right angles is the key to avoid such rumours.

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a professional healthcare provider if you have any specific questions about any medical matter.

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