Jacob Roloff’s pregnant wife Isabel shares rare glimpse of baby bump as Little People star asks fans for advice on crib

JACOB Roloff’s pregnant wife Isabel has revealed a rare glimpse of her baby bump as she prepares to give birth.

The reality TV star stood in a field of yellow sunflowers in a sweet behind-the-scenes video from a recent photoshoot.

Isabel, 25, looked stunning with her baby bump on display in a white bridal-style dress and her auburn hair flowing around her shoulders.

The Little People, Big World star – who is expecting a boy – twirled for the camera and rubbed her belly while flashing a huge smile.

Isabel's heartwarming posts then continued with a photo of a crib she has her eye on for her unborn tot.

The cute Volkswagen-replica crib came complete with headlights and wheels.

The star penned: "The amount of you who have been sending me this I think baby boy needs this bed, don't you?"

Later last night Isabel played her guitar and said her son was "kicking like crazy" in her belly.

Jacob, 24, and Isabel announced in July that they were expecting their first child together.

Fans had speculated for months that the reality star couple might be adding a member to their family.

Back in April, Isabel shared a black-and-white photo of herself with her hubby and their dog as they were all cuddled up close and smiling.

The TV star teased in the caption: “It’s hard to imagine this life getting any sweeter. And yet I know somehow it will.” 

Recently, she took to her Instagram Story and answered any pregnancy-related questions from fans.

One fan asked: “Were you kind of hoping for twins?”

Isabel answered: “I’m happy with a singleton for the first!

“Haha but I would love twins and be stoked if we were blessed with them.”

She added: “Twins run on both sides of our family, like I could type out a page of twins on both Jacob and !’s mom and dad’s sides it’s crazy!”

Isabel had previously opened up about her fears she is "unlovable and broken" after revealing depression and eating disorder battles.

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