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LOOK: Rachel Peters goes topless for maternity shoot

/ 12:43 PM September 07, 2021
Rachel Peters

Rachel Peters’ maternity portraits. Image: Instagram/@rachelpetersx, @dookieducay

Miss Universe Philippines 2017 Rachel Peters posed topless in a daring maternity shoot as she prepares to welcome her first child.

The soon-to-be mom looked glowing in a bohemian knitted bikini bottom while she showed her growing baby bump and covered her breasts with her arms, as shown on her Instagram page yesterday, Sept. 6. She also showed other photos of herself wearing the complete two-piece bikini.

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“Only a month left of having you all to myself. Grateful to the team behind this shoot for making the time to capture a truly incredible and transformational time in my life,” she said.

The maternity portaits were taken by photographer Dookie Ducay.

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Peters announced that she is expecting her first child also through a topless photo shoot last May. She and Camarines Sur governor Migz Villafuerte tied the knot on their seventh anniversary as a couple last July. JB

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