Jess King is looking forward to welcoming her first baby!
The Peloton coach, 36, cradled her baby bump in her first maternity shoot posted to Instagram Friday. She wore a matching blue and yellow plaid two-piece set in the photo as she smiled down at her growing belly.
"Already obsessed with you. ❤️🔥," she captioned the picture.
The fitness instructor announced her pregnancy May 7 during one of her classes, shouting "I'm pregnant!" during a ride.
"Sophia and I are so excited to usher in this new energy into our home and become mothers," she said of her fiancée, singer Sophia Urista.
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She added, "My fertility journey was not easy. For the last year unbeknownst to you Peloton, you have been there for me in ways that are powerful and unspoken. So to all of my fertility warriors, I see you, I feel you, I love you."
King and Urista became engaged in 2020. King told PEOPLE in 2021 that the couple was "very excited" for their future, but hadn't moved forward with their wedding plans since they "definitely don't want to modify our wedding experience [due to the pandemic]."
Despite the pause on wedding plans, King ensured she and Urista — who are based in Brooklyn — were still taking steps to "create together and have a family together."
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Of their future, she said, "There have been many, many moments where I have felt that complete knowing — that deep, deep, inner knowing that this is the person that I wanted to share with, and create with."
"There's something so challenging about being with her and also so comforting," she said. "We're constantly pushing buttons in service, one another's personal growth and the growth of our relationship. There's no stagnation, there's not one day that feels like the next to be honest. And that's something that's important to me."