Vanessa Morgan feels more tired than ever amid pregnancy

Dovie Salais

© Bang Showbiz Vanessa Morgan Vanessa Morgan feels ten times more tired at work because of her pregnancy. The 28-year-old actress has admitted to feeling jaded on the set of ‘Riverdale’ in recent weeks, and Vanessa has hailed other working mothers on social media. Vanessa – who is expecting her […]



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Vanessa Morgan

Vanessa Morgan feels ten times more tired at work because of her pregnancy.

The 28-year-old actress has admitted to feeling jaded on the set of ‘Riverdale’ in recent weeks, and Vanessa has hailed other working mothers on social media.

Vanessa – who is expecting her first child, a baby boy, with Michael Kopech – wrote on Instagram Story: “Shout out to all the pregnant mommas workin full time jobs. All I know is growing a human makes me 10x more tired at work so just wanted to say each and every one of you are so friggen incredible and strong [clapping emoji and love heart emojis] (sic)”

The actress – who plays Toni Topaz in the teen drama series – announced her pregnancy back in July, sharing some photos from her reveal party on Instagram.

Alongside the photos, she wrote: “Was debating keeping this part of my life hidden but I knew people would see pictures eventually with my belly and I wanted you guys to hear it from me. I do want to keep this chapter of my life private but did want to be the first to share the news.

“I am overjoyed to be welcoming my baby boy into the world this January.

“It’s almost like everything I thought mattered in this life has completely changed. We’re here for such a greater purpose and life is so precious. (sic)”

Vanessa also revealed she’s looking forward to the challenge of motherhood.

She continued: “I’m just so happy and can’t wait to dedicate every day to being the best mommy I can be. ‘I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always, as long as I’m living my baby you’ll be’ – if you know you know. (sic)”

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