Luisana Lopilato has got the pregnancy glow.
For the photoshoot, the mother-of-three smiled and cradled her bump while her blonde locks fell in loose curls past her shoulders.
In some of the snaps, she went barefoot and opted for a nude makeup look to match her beige underwear and panty set. Over top, Lopilato rocked a sheer robe with white lace details that strategically tied on top of her stomach to show off her growing belly.
In the caption, the Argentine bombshell opened up about World Breastfeeding Week, which runs between August 1-7, 2022, and wrote about her desire for every mother to have equal access to opportunities and resources.
"It's so close! On World Breastfeeding Week I think about the importance of every mom being able to have adequate information, support, care and encouragement to be able to breastfeed her baby, if she so desires," she said. "A moment that personally is a unique and loving connection with my baby, and I wouldn't change it for anything. In these weeks is when I feel the most empowered. Do you feel it? Tell me about it!"
Fans obsessed over the pregnancy photoshoot and sent Lopilato a slew of well wishes for the upcoming birth.
"You are ethereal!" commented a follower. "Truly glowing!"
"Congratulations! What an exciting time for your family!" wrote another.
"It's almost time to meet your little one! I hope everything goes well and you are all healthy," shared someone else.
"These pictures are absolutely stunning, and I can't wait to see pics of your new little girl soon," added another.
Bublé and Lopilato currently share two sons, Noah, 8, and Elias, 6, along with three-year-old daughter Vida. In May, Bublé told People that the couple's upcoming fourth baby will "likely" be their last.
"We're really trying to be present with the pregnancy because, most likely, it's the last time," the singer explained. "I want it to be really special for [Luisana], and I know it goes really fast. Since it's probably the last one, I just want to make sure that we're really enjoying every second of it."