Halsey Shows Off Their Stretch Marks in New Post: ‘This Is What It Look Like’


Halsey just posted pictures of their newborn baby Ender’s nursery, and it looks absolutely magical.

In a slideshow posted to Instagram on August 8, Halsey gave followers a look at the Ender Ridley Aydin’s nursery. The baby’s father is Halsey’s boyfriend, Alev Aydin, a screenwriter. 

The room appears to feature a rainbow-themed gallery wall, with “Ender” written in colorful cursive as the centerpiece. There are two rainbows on the wall, colorful artwork, and a poster for the Hayao Miyazaki film Ponyo. Halsey tagged their manager, a VP at Atlantic Records, and another friend, who may have contributed art or helped set up the area.

In the next slide the singer gave fans a look at baby Ender, face slightly obscured, in a tie-dye onesie, which matches the tie-dye shirt Aydin is seen wearing in another picture. Fans of interior design should also click through for another angle on the nursery area, which features colorful overlapping rugs, a rainbow flag stuck in a potted plant, and a stool that looks like a cartoon mushroom. So cute!

Halsey also posted a photo of their stretch marks, a beautiful reminder of the incredible changes the body goes through during pregnancy. The “Closer” singer captioned the post, “Well….this is what it look like 🧸.” 

Halsey opened up about their relationship with Aydin to Allure earlier this year. “Part of the reason it took Alev and I so long to start dating was because I liked him so much,” she said. “He was writing a movie about my life, a biopic, so we spent a lot of time together. One night we went somewhere really public together. As we were leaving, I got swallowed by a mob of paparazzi and fans and people wanting me to sign vinyls and whatever else. It was all very dramatic, like a movie scene. I looked over my shoulder and he’s being pushed away from the mob and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, I didn’t even say goodbye!’ I remember sitting in the car and being like, ‘I can never see him again. I like him too much to ruin his life and drag him into all this craziness.’ [But] he swiftly reminded me I was being super melodramatic and he was like, ‘I don’t care. It’s not that big of a deal.’”



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