Pregnant Christina Aguilera Poses Completely Nude for V Magazine [Watch Video]

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By Indrani Bhattacharyya | August 4, 2014 1:13 PM EST

Pride, purity, peace and the joy of motherhood, Christina Aguilera is celebrating them all the same time. The blissful moments before giving birth, the pop icon is enjoying every bit of them.

Christina Aguilera has once again joined the elite star moms group which includes celebrities like Demi Moore, Miranda Kerr to Britney Spears and Cindy Crawford to Mariah Carey who never hesitated to pose nude during pregnancy.

The famous singer-actor looked ravishing as she posed completely nude for V Magazine.

As she showed off her growing baby bump, her full body exposure left a magical impact for the viewers.

Her poised pregnant body against a white backdrop has created waves since its release on last Friday.

It is heard that Christina and her fiancé, Matthew Rutler will become parents sometime this month.

In photos, Aguilera was found leaning in for a kiss from fiancé Matthew Rutler while gently caressing her baby bump. She also looked absolutely stunning in a see-through white dress.

Cristina, mother of six-year-old son Max with ex-husband Jordan B also striped down for Marie Claire while expecting son Max in December 2007. She was seen wearing simply a leather jacket around that time.

 “According to the report by Daily Mail, Christina was quoted saying, as a woman, I'm proud to embrace my body through all stages of life, staying fearless and confident in surrendering to the unknowns the future has in store.'

She is known to have lost 20 pounds last year in order to take up a healthier and better lifestyle to silence her critic.

Renowned photographer Brian Bowen Smith, who has also brilliantly captured pregnant Alyssa Milan and Marisa Miller in the past, photographed Christina this time.

Christina is expecting a baby girl this time and didn’t hide her excitement about her second pregnancy.

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