AceShowbiz - Lindsay Lohan has been praised for her "transformation." Baring her baby bump on the cover of Allure magazine, the "Mean Girls" actress attracted the attention of many with her pregnancy development.
On Thursday, June 8, the 36-year-old actress shared an Instagram video from her photoshoot. In the short clip that was also put out on Allure's Instagram account, she could be seen donning a long sleeve cut-out black top that was opened around her belly area, exposing her growing baby bump.
Lindsay's cover shoot quickly gained positive responses. Among those amazed by the actress' transformation was her mother Dina Lohan. In the comments section, Dina gushed, "What a beautiful photo shoot with my glowing daughter we shot here in NYC …. Thank you @allure for this timeless opportunity for my daughter to have these beautiful pictures to share forever."
Many fans also shared similar sentiments. One raved, "Her transformation is incredible. I'm so proud of her. It takes a lot of strength to escape from the dark!" Another marveled, "The queen is glowing." A third complimented, "She was my childhood idol, and now my adulthood idol. Love her." A fourth joyfully noted, "It makes me so happy to see her living her best life."
In the cover story for Allure's June 2023 issue itself, Lindsay opened up about why she is the happiest she has ever been. "I can't wait to see what the feeling is and what it's like to just be a mom. Happy tears," the mother-to-be confessed. "It's overwhelming in a good way."
During her interview, Lindsay also talked about living in Dubai. About her decision to move to the city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the star of "Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club" spilled, "I guess you would say it happened organically." She added that the city "gives me that space to have my own vision of what I need to do next."
On her daily routine these days, the wife of financier Bader Shammas admitted, "Sometimes, I call it The Truman Show, because it's the same thing every day. But I love it."
"I really love structure because I don't think I had that when I was young," she went on to elaborate. "Everything was coming so fast and I had so many things happening. My only structure was filming and being on set."