Marisa Miller, Allure Magazine

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Marissa Miller sure is proud of her pregnant belly.

The Victoria's Secret supermodel, who is expecting her first child this month with her music producer hubby Griffin Guess, has officially joined the ranks of Demi Moore, Jessica Simpson and Mariah Carey, to name a few, in posing pregnant and nude.  

The 33-year-old stunner proudly bared her baby bump and her naked bod for Allure and (shocker!) the expectant mother still looks great, although she admits she had to adjust to changes in her body just like your average pregnant gal. 

"I had never even owned a scale before, but gaining weight is part of charting your progress," the blond beauty admits in an exclusive. "Yes, I was seeing numbers I'd never seen before, but I let go of that because I had a new goal and focus."

As for avoiding those pesky stretchmarks? Miller reveals she used an at-home remedy posted online by pal Molly Sims.

Marisa Miller, Allure Magazine

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"Molly posted this recipe [on her blog]: shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, and Vitamin E. I made it myself, boiling the ingredients, and I poured it into Mason jars. I've loved the community of women who share their tips."

And she also has a special secret for preventing pregnancy breakouts:

"Everyone was talking about AfricanBlack Soap. It's made out of plantain ash, Vitamin E, and shea butter, and it worked really, really well. I felt so weird using soap because you think…use a cleanser, something fancy. But I haven't had a breakout since my first trimester."

In addition to a modified skincare routine, Miller has also switched up her workouts, and no, she's not keeping up with her cardio well into her third trimester (feel any better?): 

Marisa Miller, Allure Magazine

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"I did Pilates five times a week during my second trimester," she reveals. "But it's so modified now, mostly stretching and breathing. It's easy to feel swollen and puffy, and moving really helps with the circulation."

And clearly, the usually pin-thin model isn't scared of showing off her growing belly:

"I always felt, even before I got pregnant, that it's better to accentuate your curves," she said. "It's important to really show off the belly."

Looking good, Marisa! We can't wait until you give birth to an undoubtedly handsome little boy. 

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