Juliana Shocks By Creating Art Using Pregnant Belly

Juliana Custodio paints a sweet message for her baby on her pregnant belly. The 90 Day Fiancé star is expecting her first child with boyfriend Ben.

Pregnant 90 Day Fiancé cast member Juliana Custodio showed off her painting skills by making a canvas out of her baby bump. Brazilian model Juliana became a reality TV star following her debut in 90 Day Fiancé season 7. Juliana was in her 20s when Michael, who described himself as a “sleazy, rich guy going after a young hot woman,” met her on a yacht in Croatia. The father of two pre-teen kids got married to Juliana on the TLC show amidst fans wondering if she was in it for Michael’s money. But two years later, Juliana and Michael are no longer together, and she left America to be with her new boyfriend and soon-to-arrive baby.

Michael had described Juliana as his “kindred spirit,” but according to her, she was treated like a maid during the last few months of their marriage. Juliana called the relationship toxic and Michael referred to the breakup as a COVID-19 casualty. While news of Juliana and Michael’s split came in October 2021, a month later, she revealed she was pregnant with her boyfriend Ben and living in Germany. In January 2022, Juliana was accused of having cheated on Michael during their marriage and the paternity of her child was questioned. Juliana held her head up high amidst the controversy as Ben supported her, as the couple announced they were going to welcome a baby boy, to be named Benjamin, this summer.

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Juliana is a successful model who often finds herself on the covers of fashion magazines. She is skilled at her craft and it shows. But it seems like Ben has influenced Juliana to explore her artistic side, since he appears to belong to the art world himself. Juliana, who’d earlier impressed 90 Day Fiancé fans with a quick sketch of actor Johnny Depp, now decided to ditch the paper and draw on her stomach. The mama-to-be used a marker to draw what looked like a baby holding a teddy bear over her belly. In the Instagram video, Juliana soon began filling in the drawing with colors to the tune of “You Are My Sunshine” by Christina Perri.

Looking gorgeous in her black top and grey shorts outfit, Juliana finally revealed her artwork featuring a baby holding a blue-colored bear dressed in a sailor costume. The Goiana native was proud of her creation, as fans and 90 Day Fiancé co-stars expressed their shock about the masterpiece that Juliana had created. “Omg, this is amazing,” wrote Yara Zaya. “You are insanely talented. Waaaaw,” added actress Conchita Leeflang. Molly Hopkins’ friend and Pillow Talk fan-favorite Cynthia Decker thought Juliana’s art was “precious,” while 90 Day Fiancé alum Akinyi Obala posted, “Wow wow wow wow this was so good.” Juliana ended up telling one of her Instagram followers that while she doesn’t usually paint, she wanted to try something new using her bump, and it worked.

Juliana’s post, which has so far fetched over 25k likes, has several TLC viewers commenting that they never knew about her secret talent. Some have even asked Juliana to illustrate children’s books. Juliana hasn’t really had a smooth pregnancy journey and she’s discussed her weight loss struggles with fans. Juliana has been honest about her worries on social media, including a time when she spoke about her baby not kicking or moving the entire day, However, it looks like Juliana will be welcoming baby Ben any day now, and fans couldn’t be more excited to see a new member added to the 90 Day Fiancé family.

Next: 90 Day Fiancé: Everything To Know About Juliana’s Weight Loss Struggles

Source: Juliana Custodio/Instagram

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