Pregnant lingerie model Sarah Stage posts snap of her ultrasound as followers accuse the toned mom of using a SURROGATE

Lingerie model Sarah Stage has received plenty of criticism from naysayers who claim her incredibly trim figure could be detrimental to her unborn baby’s health, but six months into her pregnancy, she’s determined to prove them wrong.

The 33-year-old from Los Angeles took to Instagram on Thursday to share a photo of her most recent ultrasound, explaining that her second child’s fetal development is right where it should be.

‘Doctors appointment went great today,’ she captioned the image. ‘Baby is weighing a little over 2lbs with a strong heartbeat and huge hands lol Thanks for all of the well wishes.’

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Babies rapidly grow during the sixth month of pregnancy, and by the end of the month, they should weigh about 2lbs and measure 12-inches from head to heel, according to WebMD.

At 26-weeks, Sarah is halfway through her sixth month, and her baby boy is already where he is supposed to be – although some falsely stated in the comments section that her son’s weight was too low.

And while Sarah kept a six-pack throughout her first pregnancy, that hasn’t stopped people from speculating about her second – with some accusing her of secretly having a baby via a surrogate, claiming it is impossible to stay that trim while pregnant.

‘LOL A surrogate! I’ve literally heard it all!’ Sarah responded to one comment, which has since been deleted. ‘Are you attending the University of Instagram?

Sarah became an online sensation back in 2015 after images of her showing off her washboard abs while nine-months pregnant took the internet by storm.

Although critics insisted her fit physique would negatively affect her baby’s health, her son James Hunter weighed over 8lbs at the time of his birth.

Now, more than two years later, Sarah is expecting another boy – and receiving similar criticisms and concerns.

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