On Sunday, the pregnant country star, 29, showed off her baby bump in a tan midi dress featuring a plunging neckline and cut-out section right below the bust.
She posed with her hand on her belly, gazing into the distance as she stood on a light-washed deck over a small body of water. The mom-to-be was flanked by two deck chairs and backed by a foggy forest landscape at Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee.
Morris also shared a similar image to her Instagram Story, as well as a photo of husband Ryan Hurd (with whom she is expecting a baby boy in late March) posing at a lookout point, captioning it with, “A familiar view that never gets old.”
She captioned the post on her Instagram feed, “Back at the farm. #babymoon 🌙.”
The singer was nominated Sunday evening for best country duo/group performance with fellow Highwomen band member Brandi Carlile. (Dan + Shay took home the honor.) Morris previously won a Grammy for best country solo performance for "My Church" in 2017, and performed at last year’s awards show.
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Two weeks prior to the Grammys, Morris shared a funny anecdote from her recent outing at a nail salon.
“Third Trimester Hormone Update: My nail lady said ‘your face doesn’t even look that fat’ and I genuinely teared up I was so touched,” Morris tweeted on Jan. 14.
Since announcing her pregnancy on Instagram in October, the singer has documented her changing physical transformation with fans and followers.
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