On Monday, Hannah Davis Jeter happily announced that she and husband Derek Jeter are expecting their first baby, a girl. She made the news public in a sweet essay on Derek's Web site, The Players' Tribune.
"Now, pregnant with our first child, Derek and I are looking to the future," the model happily wrote. And just one day after disclosing her pregnancy, Hannah has decided to introduce her baby bump to the world.
Hannah visited Extra at their studios in New York City on Tuesday to do press for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, where she proudly showed her growing belly. At the event, Hannah was photographed in a black dress, a dark gray furry coat with a red lining, and strappy black heels.
And of course, she strategically left her coat open, revealing the tiny shortstop to the cameras. We're not sure exactly how far along she is (though she hinted in her essay that she's due in May), but whether it's three months or eight, she looks incredible.
Also on display was the newlywed's massive engagement ring and wedding band duo, sparklers so serious that we still can't stop obsessing over them—for obvious reasons. The estimated four-to-six carat, round-cut engagement ring reportedly cost Jeter somewhere between $150,000 and $200,000, according to Page Six. The model was married to the former baseball pro in a beautiful Napa Valley wedding this past July.
The 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition came out this week, and it includes Hannah's fifth time appearing in the legendary annual issue. She even told Extra that she was pregnant while doing the shoot in Mexico—she just didn't know it yet!
Meanwhile, Hannah and Derek sound like they're going to be amazing parents. "Derek and I will want our children to understand that the lives they’ve been given are so fortunate, in so many ways," Hannah wrote in her essay. "We’ll want them to learn to help others, and to care for others, and to give back to the world. We’ll let them know that they are strong and smart, and that they can do anything they put their minds to. I hope they’ll be honest like their father. I hope they’ll be stubborn like me. I hope that they know what they want and won’t settle for less. And if they want to play baseball, well, we’re gonna have a little talk first."