Kylie Bisutti, the Victoria's Secret model that left the industry because of her Christian views, announced details about the imminent birth of her first child this week.
The author of "I'm No Angel: From Victoria's Secret Model to Role Model" is nine months pregnant with her first child with her husband Mike.
A frequent Instagram user, Bisutti took to the social media platform with the news that she will be welcoming the baby "in the comfort of our home," revealing a collage of pictures beside a large bathtub.
"So excited that God willing this is where we will be bringing our little baby into the world," the 23-year-old captioned the photo.
Furthermore, Bisutti added that her husband will be delivering their "little gift."
The photos surrounding the bathtub featured Bissutti and her husband on their wedding day as well as Christian proverbs and photos taken of a church.
Meanwhile, the expectant parents do not know the gender of their unborn baby, and Bisutti shared a photo of a gender-neutral camouflage stroller on Instagram on Jan. 7.
"The baby's stroller got a makeover in my favorite color," she wrote along with a photo. "Camouflage boy or girl it will be a #camobaby."
Moreover, the former runway model has kept her over four thousand Instagram followers up-to-date throughout her pregnancy.
"8.5 months today : ) baby is growing a lot," she wrote in December along with a photo of her baby bump.
In February 2012 ahead of her marriage, Bisutti traded her modeling career to become a "Proverbs 31 wife and mother." Her decision is chronicled in her aforementioned tell-all book, "I'm No Angel."
Today, the model is working to spread God's word through the clothing line God Inspired Fashion which she co-founded. The clothing features actual Bible verses displayed on jeans, shirts and accessories for both men and women. The line also features a Back to School line for children.
"God Inspired Fashion is all about spreading God's word everywhere and making it easier for Christians to share their faith and God's love. And that's really what the world needs right now," said Bisutti, according to the website for the fashion line.