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Mom-To-Be Lindsay Lohan Is Spending Her Babymoon by the Poolside in Oman

Lindsay Lohan recently posted a picture of herself lounging poolside in a black one-piece covering her growing baby bump, and she looks like she couldn’t be happier.


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“😎” Lohan captioned the pic, tagging her husband, Bader Shammas. So many friends and famous faces dipped into the comments to share in the actor’s obviously apparent joy, with former club-mate Paris Hilton dropping a heart-eyes emoji, and Bravo’s own Kyle Richards writing, “Awwww ❤️❤️ So excited for you 🙏🏼.” Though LiLo hasn’t revealed her due date, her brother Dakota commented, “Sooo sooo sooon 😍😍😍,” so, any day now?

Lohan and Shammas have been enjoying the last of their pre-baby days at the Six Senses resort in Zighy Bay in Oman, a luxury beachside getaway. The Parent Trap star also posted a picture of herself soaking up the sun during a solo dip in the pool there.


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Maternity clearly suits the star. When Lindsay Lohan posted pictures from her baby shower in April, she was absolutely glowing. “Good times 🤰So grateful for all of the wonderful people in my life! ❤️😊,” she wrote in the caption. In March, her mom, Dina, opened up to People about becoming a grandma for the second time, and how she thinks Lindsay will be as a mom. “I’m literally over the moon,” she said. “I’m so happy, I can’t stop smiling. It’s incredible. We’re just so excited. It’s just such a beautiful thing for my child! And I love babies. Who doesn’t?” She added, “My oldest baby is having a baby. It’s so crazy. I’m in disbelief a little bit sometimes because you’re like, ‘Well… it makes you older clearly!’”

“Lindsay has always loved kids because I love kids and my mother loves kids; I’m one of four,” Dina continued. “We have a big family, so she’s always wanted children. And she’s so maternal. Isabelle, her niece just runs to her when she sees her.”

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