Beyoncé has shared footage of her pregnancy in a new, longer, trailer for her upcoming HBO documentary.
The singer reveals a sonogram of the unborn Blue Ivy and admits that she struggled to conceal her pregnancy in the early stages.
Speaking openly in the documentary called Life Is But A Dream, Beyoncé also talks about the moment she discovered she was pregnant.
She says, "I just had a feeling something was going on. This is crazy."
As she lifts her top to show her small baby bump, she added, "They keep putting me in these tight clothes and trying to hide it is very difficult. I don't know how I'm going to get through this."
The documentary will feature lots of personal and behind the scenes footage which Beyoncé admits she used to shy away from sharing with the world.
She said, "I always battle with how much do I reveal about myself? How do I stay current? How do I stay soulful?
"I felt like I had been so commercially successful, it wasn't enough. There's something really stressful about having to keep up with that. You can't express yourself. You can't grow. It is the battle of my life.
"People see celebrities and they have money and fame, but I'm a human being. I cry, I get scared, I get nervous just like everyone else."
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