Jade Roper is proudly showing off her growing baby bump.

Jade and her husband Tanner Tolbert have shared cute photos on Instagram of a recent trip they took to Malibu Wine Safaris together.

In one image, Jade, 30, is holding her belly while wearing a fitted green T-shirt tucked into her ripped, unbuttoned jeans as well as a black leather jacket.

"Baby or burrito? Or both? I think we know the answer here. #alwayshungry #unbuttonedmypants #17weekspregnant," she captioned the April 7 picture.

Jade also posted a photo of herself hugging Tanner, whom she met on Season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise, while posing in front of the beautiful vineyard.

"I didn't drink the wine, but I got to pet all the animals on the Safari tour and I got to spend it with this guy, so I'm all smiles," Jade wrote alongside the snapshot.

In addition, Jade shared a picture of herself feeding an adorable giraffe.

As for Tanner, the dad-to-be posted an Instagram photo from the trip in which he joked, "The best part of having a pregnant wife is that you always have a 'DD' #malibuwines."

The reality TV couple announced they're expecting their first child in early March, when they also revealed the baby is due September 14, 2017.

"If the pregnancy is low-risk, I would love to have an at-home water birth," Jade revealed to In Touch Weekly last month, adding that she once considered becoming a doula herself like her best friend Liz Sandoz from Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor. "But Tanner's a little concerned."

Jade and Tanner met on Bachelor in Paradise in Summer 2015, got engaged during the show's finale in Mexico, tied the knot in January 2016 for a televised special on ABC, and then hashed out their issues when they appeared on Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars late last year.

Jade, who first competed on Chris Soules' edition of The Bachelor, and Tanner, who initially vied for Kaitlyn Bristowe's heart on The Bachelorette, are the only couple still married from the first three seasons of Bachelor in Paradise.

Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul split after meeting on Season 1 of Bachelor in Paradise and getting married on the second-season premiere.

Lace Morris and Grant Kemp, as well as Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray, called off their engagements after Season 3. As of three months ago, however, happy couple Carly Waddell and fiance Evan Bass were planning for some time this year.
About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.