Stacy Keibler hasn't ''had any cravings'' during her pregnancy and doesn't think it's ''an excuse to eat donuts.''
Stacy Keibler hasn't ''had any cravings'' during her pregnancy.
The 34-year-old model, who is expecting her first child, a baby girl, with husband Jared Pobre next month, admits she has been even stricter with her extremely healthy diet in recent months and has even ''detoxed'' her house.
The 'Supermarket Superstar' host told UsMagazine.com: ''I really truly believe that pregnancy is not a time to have an excuse to eat donuts.''
She added: ''I haven't had any cravings believe it or not!
''[Pregnancy] is a time to be as healthy as you can be and build the foundation for your baby. I think that you should be even more conscious of what you're doing.''
The blonde beauty occasionally ''might have a pizza party once in a while,'' but usually sticks to an organic diet.
She said: ''Everything I eat or put on my skin is organic. I only use organic products. Everything I put on my skin, basically I can eat.''
Stacy ''can't wait'' to meet her daughter and says she's had ''the best year of my life.''
She explained: ''I'm so grateful for my life, my husband, the new baby on the way. Life is all about timing and everything happens for a reason. I literally wake up every day and say how grateful I am.''
She added: ''We just cannot wait to meet her. I feel like we have such a connection already. I feel like we intuitively talk to each other, and so I just can't wait to actually meet her.''
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