KEY POINTS

  • Elon Musk’s baby mama Grimes shared a throwback photo on Instagram
  • Grimes thought she looked so pregnant in the photo, which was taken when she was only two months along
  • Elon Musk unfollowed Grimes on Twitter in March

Elon Musk's baby mama Grimes showed off her baby bump on social media.

In January, the singer announced that she and the Space X CEO are expecting their first baby together. On Wednesday, she shared a throwback photo on Instagram.

In the picture, she is seen wearing an all-black ensemble. She let her orange hair down and held what appears to be a small board and pencil. According to Grimes, when the photo was taken, she thought she looked “so pregnant” in it, but after seeing the picture again, her opinion changed.

“It’s weird I thought I looked soooo pregnant when @ryder_ripps took these photos like 7 ish months ago but in retrospect I look tiny lol,” she wrote in the caption.

“Everything is relative I guess. I wuz prob 2 skinny b4. This is the first time in my life I’ve eaten 3 meals a day and that has def been a positive development lol. If u aren’t doing so I’d recommend it!”

According to Daily Mail, Grimes said she is due on May 4. If the photo was taken seven moths ago, she was already two months along in the shot. Grimes’ baby bump is somewhat visible, but it looks tiny in her black dress.

Several fans commented on Grimes’ post. One asked about her favorite discovery during her pregnancy. The Canadian musician said that her taste in food remains the same, so she started to question the “existence of cravings.” She added that she remains enamored of Cactus Taqueria.

In March, it was reported that Musk unfollowed Grimes on Twitter. It happened amid Johnny Depp’s allegations that the Tesla CEO and his ex-wife Amber Heard had an affair while they were still married. Heard and Musk’s photos cuddling inside the elevator of Depp’s penthouse also leaked.

In related news, Musk is campaigning to “Free America Now.” The billionaire wants everyone to go back to business amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerbarg has a different opinion on the issue. Zuckerbarg is apparently worried about the re-opening of some states because he feels that it’s way too soon for this to happen.

Musk and Grimes Elon Musk and Grimes attend the Costume Institute Benefit at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2018, in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Taylor Hill