Lara Stone was left feeling ''vulnerable'' after she was turned away from a shoot during her first trimester while she was expecting Alfred, who she gave birth to last May.
Lara Stone was left devastated when she was turned away at a shoot during her first trimester of pregnancy.
The model - who had a son, Alfred, in May with her husband 'Britain's Got Talent' judge David Walliams - was left feeling ''vulnerable'' during the tender time after she'd gained baby weight.
Talking to the Evening Standard, she said: ''I was really upset at the time. I hadn't yet had my three-month scan and I felt really vulnerable about everything. I no longer had a job. That was it - I had to just stop everything that I knew; the way my life was.''
Lara couldn't understand what was going on with her body once she'd given birth, and found she couldn't fit into her clothes.
She added: ''Once the baby was out I was like, 'What the hell is going on?' My arms don't fit into my sweaters. I couldn't get my jeans over my knees. I couldn't find a bra that fitted me. I had body dysmorphia but the wrong way round.''
However, the stunner has since been in meetings about future shoots.
The blonde beauty explained: ''I've had a few meetings because when they hear pregnancy they freak out a bit, so they need to see if I fit in their clothes.''