Nikki and Brie Bella Show Off Growing Baby Bumps Together


Sisters Nikki and Brie Bella are enjoying some quality sister time. The WWE duo are showing off their matching baby bumps as they enact social distancing amidst the coronavirus outbreak.

In a post on Instagram, Brie explained that the sisters were “hibernating” together and by the looks of it having a little fun in the sun while they are together.

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“Best thing about having your sister as your next door neighbor is hibernating together,” Brie wrote in reference to social distancing, amid the coronavirus. “Catching up on mediation and quality time. Finding calm in the midst of chaos. Sending love and light to my #BellaArmy ✨💛”

The two former wrestling stars announced in January that they are both expecting. The ladies also shared the news that they are due only a week and a half apart.

“Wait, twins being pregnant at the same time?” Brie told PEOPLE magazine. “People are going to think that’s a joke. We both are shocked. People are going to think we planned it, but you can’t really plan pregnancy!”

“[It was] a total surprise,” Nikki adds. “It took even me a good week to come to terms with like, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m pregnant.’ I’m not ready for it.”

That’s not all the sisters are doing together. Nikki and Bella have hunkered down to protect themselves from the outbreak of coronavirus that is sweeping the globe. The sisters recently appeared on The Talk and revealed how terrified they are about contracting the disease, especially since they are both pregnant.

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“I know, for Brie and I, we’re both terrified,” Nikki said during an interview on Tuesday (March 3.) “Early in my pregnancy, I got Influenza B and I never have gotten the flu. I remember telling Brie that I’d rather break my neck again than ever get the flu. Now that this is happening, just even being pregnant, our systems are lower, we can catch things a lot easier, and I just encourage people: If you’re sick, stay at home.”

Good advice.