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Pregnant Gale in great shape

She is revered as one of Australia's most beautiful women, so it comes as no surprise that supermodel Megan Gale is eager to keep in good shape throughout her pregnancy.

This week the 38-year-old glamazon proudly showed off her baby bump while taking a stroll in a Melbourne park with AFL footballer boyfriend Shaun Hampson and their dog Bosco.

Clad in a loose tank top and gym tights and radiating a pregnancy glow, the mother-to-be, now 21 weeks pregnant, looked to be in top form.

Although Perth-raised Gale is known for sharing her personal life on social media, pictures of her growing pregnancy belly have rarely been seen.

Gale announced on Instagram in November that she was expecting her first child with Hampson, whom she has been dating since 2010 after splitting from radio funnyman Andy Lee.

"We have prayed for this beautiful little soul to come along and now it's happened we could not be more thankful and we can't wait to be parents. So looking forward to meeting you our little angel," Gale wrote alongside an Instagram photo of her first ultrasound picture.

Going by her latest movements on social media, it appears that the David Jones ambassador is winding down from her hectic A-list life- style.

Over the past few weeks, photos on her Instagram page show her relaxing at home with Hampson and Bosco, a far cry from her glitzy fashion shoots and red carpet appearances.

Although motherhood will put a temporary hold on Gale's busy career, she has spoken of her interest in acting, having landed a part in George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road reboot, which also stars Charlize Theron and Bunbury-raised up-and-comer Courtney Eaton. "It definitely reaffirmed for me that acting is something I enjoy and I love," she told _The West Australian _last year. "I'd love to continue to do more films, if given the chance."

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