Heart Evangelista shows it’s OK to wear high heels while pregnant
Heart Evangelista is known not just for her acting chops and stature as the wife of a senator, but also for her chic style.
So it’s inevitable for her fans to wonder: now that the actress has announced she’s finally expecting a baby with Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero, will she change her style and shift to more comfy choices?
A recent photo she shared to fans may be her answer. The actress was top-to-toe perfect, wearing a purple dress and high heels while attending the Myx Music Awards last May 15. She was a former video jock for the music channel.
VJ Heart, reporting for duty! It was great to be back, even if just for the evening. I will always treasure my time with @myxph because they taught me that the most important thing is to just be yourself. I hope you all take that advice to heart. Just be yourself, work hard, and it’ll all follow…✨#MyxMusicAwards2018 #MMAs2018
Some netizens were happy with her attendance and reminisced about her days as a VJ. But others were quick to notice something else: her choice of footwear at the awards.
A netizen named @starmariajulius called out Evangelista and advised her to “stop or refrain from wearing heels” because she was in the family way. Another netizen, @prettycris, echoed the sentiment.
But Evangelista assured her fans that there was nothing to worry about. She first shared that her gorgeous shoes were designed by the late couturier and shoe designer Azzedine Alaia.
She even posted a throwback photo of when she wore the same pair of heels back in 2016, while visiting Paris, France.
And to further assure fans that she’s going to be okay, she said: “Oh and don’t worry, doctor said yes to heels since my body is trained to wear them before getting pregnant.”
Perhaps that’s more than enough of an assurance to keep her fans relaxed. And as for Heart, keep rocking those heels! JB
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